Scotland has recorded 799 new cases of coronavirus and one death in the last 24 hours.
Official statistics published on Monday also showed that 407 people are in hospital with the virus.
A total of 60 people are in intensive care receiving treatment for coronavirus.
Just over four million people have had their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, whilst around 3.2m have had their second dose.
On Tuesday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will announce whether Scotland will be able to further ease coronavirus restrictions from August 9.
The SNP leader will speak at the Scottish Parliament following a decision being made on whether the country is able to move out of the current levels system.
Ministers have indicated that even if restrictions are indeed eased on that date, a number of measures are still expected to remain in place, such as the wearing of face coverings.
In England, all main legal coronavirus restrictions were lifted by the UK Government on July 19, with social distancing and mask wearing dropped and nightclubs reopening, among other changes.