No one in Scotland was fined for refusing to wear a face mask in shops at the weekend, police have confirmed.
Face coverings became mandatory in shops on Friday, with officers having the power to dish out £60 fines.
Police confirmed no fines were issued during the first weekend of the new rules.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said anecdotal evidence suggested almost all shoppers were complying.
Face masks are also mandatory on public transport in Scotland.
People with breathing difficulties and other relevant medical conditions are exempt from the regulations, as are young children.
Pubs and restaurants will be allowed to open their doors to the public again from Wednesday.