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Applecross reopens public toilets in line with Scottish Government guidelines as coronavirus restrictions are eased

By Hector MacKenzie

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PUBLIC toilets in a Wester Ross community popular with visitors have been reopened in line with Scottish Government guidelines on handling the coronavirus crisis.

Applecross Community Company (ACC) reported that toilets have been reopened abiding by Covid-19 hygiene guidelines.

The move is in line with Scottish Government plans for the phased restart of the tourism season this week as coronavirus restrictions continue to ease.

ACC said: "Increased cleaning and disinfecting is taking place, and we ask users to follow the directions provided at the toilets to protect our community and visitors:

Only one group/household in at a time

Use antimicrobial wipes (provided) on surfaces after yourself

Wash your hands with soap and water and use hand sanitiser

Adhere to physical distancing."

The group, which aims to improve the quality of life on the peninsula of Applecross, added: "We will continue to follow any updates on government guidance. We also welcome any feedback - feel free to get in touch."

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