Tories claim 400,000 doses are available but have not yet been given to patients.
Schools and non-essential shops will remain closed, but First Minister says there are 'grounds for optimism'.
Drivers who have claimed benefits will now be allowed to apply for the £1500 grant.
Survey estimates one in 11 people in Scotland had Covid-19 antibodies in December.
Anas Sarwar and Monica Lennon both say they will make decisions independent of UK Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer.
Nicola Sturgeon expected to address parliament on current lockdown measures and the reopening of schools.
One local authority admitted standards fell short 'in a small number of cases' following complaints over its food packs.
Some groups have described the Covert Human Intelligence Sources Bill as a 'licence to kill'.
Professor Devi Sridhar said that living with the virus is "too dangerous to health and too destructive to the economy.
Party set for its tenth leadership election since Scottish devolution.
Nicola Sturgeon said she did not want to 'raise parents' expectations' as lockdown measures are reviewed.
The Co-op said lockdown had seen an increase in assaults and attacks on staff in stores.
EIS said it was concerned about the group 'naming and shaming' individual schools and teachers.
Scotland’s local authorities will directly approach an estimated 38,000 drivers inviting them to claim the funding.
Defence secretary Ben Wallace confirmed the deployment of 98 soldiers over the next 28 days.
The central Scotland MSP and party health spokeswoman hopes to succeed Richard Leonard.
The UK foreign secretary argued the trading agreement will 'create huge, sustainable opportunities' for the fishing sector.
According to NHS boards across Scotland, 1918 people are currently in hospital with confirmed or suspected Covid-19.
The SNP has faced criticism from opposition parties for not focusing on the coronavirus pandemic.
The Glasgow MSP set out his stall in the leadership race, which was triggered by Leonard’s resignation on Thursday.