The BBC One programme goes to slotxo Moray where Scottish Conservatives leader Douglas Ross is delighted his area is moving to level two.
He says Moray has suffered very negative headlines for several weeks but thanks to the community effort to get the virus under control, hospitality and tourism businesses can welcome people back from midnight tonight.
He says everything possible must be done in Glasgow to enable the city to move down to level two.
He says we have to learn lessons from Moray's success.
"I was able to have my vaccine last Sunday because we opened it up here to anyone over 18 without appointments from the NHS and I know that's happened in Glasgow. We've got to look at what has worked here and in other areas of the country to get any spike in cases down.