The Scottish Government's new strategic framework for tackling the spread of Covid-19 has five tiers.
Grants for £2000 or £3000 every four weeks would be available for firms forced to close due to Covid rules.
Different parts of Scotland to be given their own level of restrictions under the plans.
The First Minister confirmed the latest figures at the daily briefing.
The conference is being streamed online and takes place between Friday and Sunday.
The strategic framework - similar to England's three-tiered system - will be published on Friday.
First Minister says it is 'intolerable' that coronavirus funding in England will not lead to extra cash for the Scottish Government.
Denmark, the Maldives and the Greek island Mykonos have also been added to the list.
Greater awareness is needed regarding the new law, the Be Reasonable campaign group said.
Rishi Sunak outlines latest plans to protect jobs as Covid-19 cases rise throughout the UK.
Nicola Sturgeon conceded December 25 will not be 'absolutely normal' for any country this year.
Education minister Richard Lochhead said the funding should allow the centres to provide 'meaningful experiences'.
Latest figures revealed at the First Minister's daily coronavirus briefing.
BiFab was to manufacture eight turbine jackets at its yards in Methil, Fife, as part of the Neart Na Gaoithe (NnG) project.
Motherwell-based call centre firm awarded a contract for providing additional contact tracers.
Pubs and restaurants in central Scotland will not be able to open before November 2.
Pubs, bars and restaurants across central Scotland all but closed on October 9 to stem the spread of coronavirus.
Alex Salmond is yet to submit written evidence to a committee investigating complaints against him.
Nicola Sturgeon says some areas face stricter measures than those currently in force in the central belt.
The cash will be used to fund free school meals over Christmas, the February break and Easter.