Scotland has recorded nine deaths and 3613 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
As of Thursday, 312 people were in hospital with the virus, with 34 people in intensive care.
Of the 36,295 new tests for Covid-19, a total of 10.6% of these were positive.
Just over four million people have received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, whilst around 3.5 million have had their second dose.
Scots have been urged to continue to use caution following the lifting of most coronavirus restrictions earlier this month.
Meanwhile, a survey by the Scottish Centre for Social Research (ScotCen) on behalf of the Government has indicated that seven in ten Scots successfully followed self-isolation rules.
While 94% of those in the opt-in survey of 4325 people reported fully self-isolating “all the time”, researchers estimated that 74% is a “more accurate estimate”.
Around half (49%) said going through self-isolation had negatively affected their mental health, with younger people, international travellers in managed isolation and those who had already self-isolated particularly affected.
Rule-breaking during the isolation period included going to the shops for food, toiletries or medicine, exercising outside, and going to work, school or university, researchers said.