First Minister said prevalence of coronavirus was 'very low' but said it was still a threat.
Classes to resume nearly five months after pupils were sent home amid the coronavirus lockdown.
The Home Office has refused to allow Scotland's first drug consumption room (DCR) in Glasgow.
Newark Primary School in Port Glasgow prepares for full-time return to classrooms.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will update MSPs on schools as well as any further changes to lockdown.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has confirmed a cluster of eight coronavirus cases.
Finance secretary Kate Forbes confirmed the details of the scheme during Wednesday's daily briefing.
If candidate is proven effective, frontline health and social care workers could be vaccinated next summer.
Legislation passed by Holyrood in June will give the animals more safeguarding but it is yet to come into force.
The Scottish Police Federation has said proposed law could see officers determining what amounts to free speech.
John Swinney said the testing will be in addition to routine contact tracing for the disease.
Former Edinburgh South West MP to leave parliament entirely after five years as a life peer.
The First Minister said failing to follow guidelines could lead to outbreaks of coronavirus.
The First Minister warned Scots planning holidays that they cannot assume measures will not change.
The £10,000 payouts have been given to those who were abused in care before 2004, with more than £4m spent.
Demand for protections for renters to remain in place until at least April.
However, MSPs have been warned it will come with a 'heavy price tag'.
Foreign Office guidance was changed on Monday to include both mainland Spain and the Balearic and Canary Islands.
Health minister Lord Bethell said 'the greatest challenge' in the fight against Covid is changing people's behaviour.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended her decision to reimpose quarantine restrictions on travellers from Spain.