Travelling public is being assured that the city’s taxis will be one of the safest forms of transport against COVID-19.
Restaurant figure Ryan James warns of tough times ahead but says many businesses are looking at how they can make things work to bring customers back to the table safely.
The all-weather structure on the famous thoroughfare would give restaurants and their customers additional space to socially-distance.
David Maguire and his team at 1051 GWR have provided thousands of free meals since lockdown began.
The project is based from Partick Thistle’s home at The Energy Check Stadium at Firhill and reaches children and families, the elderly and vulnerable, in communities in and around Maryhill.
The move has been made possible by Glasgow-based firm Connect which develops online stores and home delivery apps.
The project is funded by the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator, an initiative launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Wellcome, and Mastercard.
But the team of volunteers say they may need fresh supplies of acetate sheets to keep production going.
Dr Ioanna Nixon got the idea after seeing anxiety brought on by the lockdown in her youngest son.
Glasgow City Council has announced two temporary measures to support physical distancing during the pandemic.