Nicola Sturgeon said she is satisfied the first phase of the four-stage route map out of lockdown can start.
The impact of coronavirus on domestic abuse victims and older people will be investigated by a Holyrood committee.
The Scottish Government's test, trace and isolate programme will go live from Thursday.
The First Minister will reveal on Thursday if the country is moving on to the first phase of a four-part plan for easing lockdown.
Teaching union EIS conducted a survey of more than 26,000 of its members.
The Children (Scotland) Bill passed its first stage unanimously at Holyrood on Wednesday.
Further and higher education minister Richard Lochhead said students could return to campuses next term.
A report by the Scottish Government found there are a number of factors increasing risks for families.
Pete Wishart urged Boris Johnson to apologise over the Dominic Cummings scandal.
Brussels' chief negotiator Michel Barnier said an extension is available if the UK wants it.
The FM was challenged over care homes as new figures showed more than 1700 deaths of residents from Covid-19.
The Scottish Government had set a target of having 2000 tracers by the end of May to support its mass Covid-19 testing regime.
Downing Street insisted the PM had not split the Government by backing his top aide.
The Scottish Government has begun publishing guidance for different parts of the economy on how to reopen safely.
Rural affairs minister Mairi Gougeon said she would consider making more animal welfare crimes subject to unlimited fines.
Councils will also look at using community buildings and vacant office space as temporary school sites.
The health secretary was questioned about ‘worrying reports’ from Gartnavel Hospital.
Douglas Ross quit the Scotland Office earlier on Tuesday over the Dominic Cummings row.
Rail, bus and tram services will be operating at 25% capacity or lower under new Scottish Government plans.
Jackson Carlaw said the scandal over Dominic Cummings' lockdown trip to Durham had become too big a distraction.