Shops in the Dundee area are open but limited to certain restrictions.
ASDA - ASDA is limited to only three food items at a time. Kiosk counters are closed. Click and collect operating as usual
Morrisons - There are limits to certain products. Store opening times reduced for restocking. Next day delivery for elderly and vulernable
TESCO - Limits to three items at a time. Reduced store opening times & priority shopping hours for elderly on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's from 9-10am.
Sainsbury's - Limits to three items at time. Reduced store opening, kiosk counters closed, special entrance for NHS Tayside staff and priority delievery to elderly people.
Aldi - Limited to various items.
Lidl - Reduced store opening time and priority delievery for elderly people
Overgate - CLOSED
Wellgate - Home Bargains, Iceland, Poundland, B&M and Superdrug will remain open to serve our community with essential supplies. These will be accessible from both the Murrygate and Victoria Road Entrances.
Hospital visits are suspended with limited exceptions. Pregnant woman are ordered to attend ultra sounds alone.
Feeling Strong - providing food and care packages to those in self-isolation and also providing coronavirus information as well as self isolating activity ideas too! Mental health drop ins have moved online which is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 3pm to 6pm.
Dundee Coronavirus Support Group - A group on Facebook where you can mingle with others and share up to date information on what is happening in Dundee
Dundee Foodbank - accepting donations of food
Dundee Culture is not being fully affected by coronavirus due to the benefit of being an online platform although several things have been postponed, moved and
RRS Discovery Frigate Unicorn Verdant Works Camperdown Wildlife Zoo
Dundee Ice Arena Dens Park (for DFC Games) Tannadice Park (for DUFC Games) Broughty Castle
Due to the closures of many restaurants in Dundee, some have started delivering to folk across the city. You can find some estabilshments in Dundee where you can look at from here. You can also find out more from our friends over at Dundee: One City, Many Discoveries who have created 'Dundee Buy Local' guide where you can find out who's delivering and more!
All universities and schools in the Dundee area are CLOSED except in certain circumstances where some are open for key workers as of 30 March 2020. The announcement to close schools in Scotland was made by Deputy First Minister and Education Secretary John Swinney MSP on 18 March 2020. School examinations have also been cancelled, the first ever time that it has happened.
V&A Dundee McManus Galleries Dundee Rep Theatre Caird Hall
Like every other city in the world, Dundee is being affected by COVID-19. This pandemic has caused severe disruption in daily life in the world and Dundee is no exception - but we're here to help you know what's happening!
Dundee Culture's Coronavirus Hub is here to help you understand what is happening in Dundee during the coronavirus pandemic. From displaying the latest information on how many cases there are in the Dundee area to what's open and closed!
Photo: Craig Doogan
There are websites dedicated to providing support regarding mental health during the coronavirus pandemic. Here is a list of websites which can help in providing mental health support:
The Scottish Government has continued with the 'Stay at Home' message and Dundee Culture urges those in Dundee and beyond to stay at home and to save lives. COVID-19 is not the flu, it is a very infectous disease that can affect anyone at any age. The Scottish Government have provided news and updates on coronavirus and it's impact on Scotland. You can find out more on the government website.
as of May 25, 2020 / Source: Scottish Government