The First Minister told Scotland Tonight that parts of the UK could move at a slightly different pace.
A report said 43% of employers in Scotland have used the scheme, placing an average of 58% of their staff on furlough.
Nicola Sturgeon was scrupulous in not opening up a political divide on Covid-19 between the Scottish and UK governments.
The First Minister said there could be some easing on the amount of daily exercise people are allowed.
There will be a surge in vulnerable children going into care as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, charity group Kibble has warned.
Boris Johnson will chair a Cabinet meeting on Thursday and is expected to announce a lifting of some measures on Sunday.
The UK Labour leader will hold virtual town hall meetings with voters in Glasgow and Fife on Thursday.
Deputy first minister said it's 'unlikely' there will be changes to Scotland's lockdown measures on Monday.
Transport Scotland data showed an average of 1.2 trips per person per day for the week ending Sunday.
Analysis of the first exchanges between Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs.
The move should see around 83,000 Scots get a special one-off payment of £230.10 in June.
Chancellor expected to announce plans next week on how to cut back the salary-payment scheme from July.
Boris Johnson will take part in PMQs for the first time since returning to work after his Covid-19 recovery.
The Committee on Climate Change has written to environment secretary Roseanna Cunningham to outline six ‘key principles’.
Professor Neil Ferguson reportedly allowed a woman to visit his London home on two occasions.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman told MSPs work was under way on 'building up' existing health apps.
Number of declared Covid-19 deaths in the UK now exceeds the current official total in Italy.
A new Scottish Government paper says children could return to school 'in blocks of a few days or a week at a time'.
Ian Blackford urged opposition parties to back an extension beyond the scheduled end date of December 31.
Outlining a 'test, trace, isolate' strategy, Nicola Sturgeon said it would help lift lockdown but is not 'a quick fix'.