It signals a change from the centuries-long tradition requiring them to walk through the division lobbies.
Officers can be tested if they have a Covid-19 'interaction' and get the go ahead from Police Scotland HR.
First Minister says 'concerns over patient confidentiality' meant details of conference outbreak were not made public earlier.
The constitution secretary said special days may only allow a 'very limited number of people' once restrictions are eased.
The First Minister said the social care sector was 'under immense pressure' as a result of Covid-19.
The total number of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Scotland has risen to 13,763.
Job retention scheme has been paying 80% of 7.5m people's wages since lockdown.
The Scottish Government is calling on people to apply as it adopts a new 'test, trace, isolate' strategy in a bid to ease lockdown.
Chancellor expected to announce plans for the scheme which currently pays 80% of 6.3m people's wages.
The mental health minister has paid tribute to the thousands of frontline staff working during the coronavirus pandemic.
A study carried out by Public Health Scotland showed no evidence of a positive or negative impact on children.
First Minister says it's too early to make any significant changes to lockdown restrictions.
Jackson Carlaw has asked the FM to publish the evidence she is using as basis for adopting different stance from UK Government.
The First Minister said Boris Johnson's address was aimed at England and Scots should continue to stay at home.
People across Scotland are able to go outside for exercise as many times a day as they like during lockdown.
Boris Johnson set out the 'first careful steps' towards eventually lifting the lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon branded the message 'vague and imprecise' and told Scots the advice is still 'stay at home'.
Rift in UK-wide response to tackling the coronavirus outbreak ahead of Boris Johnson's address to the nation.
Reactions have been mixed to the new slogan 'stay alert, control the virus, save lives' ahead of Boris Johnson speech.
Proposed legislation will mean students unable to take their place in halls will not be held liable.