The Scottish Government has released its latest figures on Covid-19.
Outdoor meetings of up to five households will also be allowed and two-metre distancing in shops relaxed.
The BBC said its plans to end the universal benefit - delayed by the pandemic - will begin on August 1.
The rules came into force on Friday, however children under five and those with certain conditions or disabilities are exempt.
Finance secretary Kate Forbes also announced that a further £50m will be made available to help first time buyers.
The Scottish Government says the decision is taken with a 'heavy heart' and is necessary because of Brexit.
The IFS has warned of higher taxes in 2022/23 in a bid to pay off cash spent protecting jobs during the coronavirus crisis.
The energy watchdog has vowed to take money out of shareholders' pockets.
The First Minister will give a statement to the Scottish Parliament on Thursday.
The number of applications from those within the EU has dropped by 2% - continuing a trend seen in recent years.
From Friday, passengers arriving in Scotland from more than 50 overseas destinations will not need to self-isolate.
The FM said the delay in implementing the provision of 1140 hours of free early years care was both 'inevitable' and 'regrettable'.
Rishi Sunak's new job retention bonus may just move the redundancies cliff edge from October to January.