Scotland has recorded zero deaths and 1498 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
As of Saturday, 331 people were in hospital with the virus, whilst 40 people were in intensive care.
Just over 4m people have had their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, with around 3.4m having had their second dose.
On Saturday, hospitality bosses welcomed back punters on the first weekend after most coronavirus restrictions were lifted across Scotland.
The changes, which came into effect from Monday at midnight, saw nightclubs re-open their doors, with businesses no longer legally required to close.
Alexander Riches, operations manager at St Luke’s and the Winged Ox in Calton, welcomed the changes.
“It’s been absolutely delightful,” he told STV News.
“It’s been such a relief getting people back into the building, allowing people to come into the bars when they want to, not having to book a table.
“And just a bit of normality again, it’s just lovely being back to it.”