Idk the relevance of those scenes naturally, but I keep a rule of thumb that, if a scene is boring to me, I skip it, it will probably be boring to the reader. Alternatively, I mention it in the scene that comes after with the needed detail.
For example, I had a scene that was just a few people talking, important for what comes later and what is being said, and then I had another where the two MCs show up at someone’s house. I tried to bridge between the two but it was just boring, so I skipped it. I tried to mention that in the new scene: when they stood at the door, one of them kept glancing around because the past week, living out in the open, had made them vigilant - even though they are struggling to build trust with the people in the previous scene. Like, tiny things like this, just what matters to highlight what mattered from that moment that really didn’t require me going into depth. Idk if it’s your case at all, of course, but it might help