One of the co-leaders of Fife Council says it is realistic to expect current coronavirus restrictions to remain in place in Fife.
MSPs are set to debate a new tiered system of restrictions for Scotland at parliament this afternoon.
If approved, it will come into force next Monday, with different rules able to be applied at a local or national level.
The first minister said yesterday that it was likely many areas would operate under similar restrictions to the ones already in place.
That would mean Fife being placed on tier two - the third-highest level.
Councillor David Ross tells Kingdom FM he thinks that would provide the "right balance":