Scots' concerns over returning to cultural venues after lockdown revealed

More than half of Scots who regularly visit the nation’s cultural venues and visitor attractions say they may be put off returning to them in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, new research has found.

Three quarters have admitted to concerns about going to museums, galleries, theatres and wildlife parks for the first time in months, amid evidence of significant support for new social distancing and hygiene measures to be in put in place before they reopen.

One in four of previous attendees polled for the new cultural venue survey say it will not be a “priority” to go back to them when they are able to for the first time.

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