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People considered most vulnerable to Covid-19 will be allowed out for exercise from next week.
The test that determines exposure to SARS-Cov2, the virus behind Covid-19, is being evaluated by the Scottish Government.
The shift could see indoor meetings allowed between two households and the reopening of beer gardens.
Nicola Sturgeon said there had been no new deaths of people with coronavirus this weekend.
Passengers arriving into the UK must self-isolate for 14 days, with a £480 fine in Scotland for breaching quarantine.
More than 900 patients have caught the virus in non-coronavirus wards, with at least 218 of them dying.
It is the first time since March 20 the country has reported zero deaths of people with Covid-19.
A breakdown of Covid-19 cases obtained by STV shows around 1300 people in their 20s were diagnosed with the virus.
Staff will be provided with PPE and physical distancing measures have been introduced.
Nicola Sturgeon also said attending mass demonstrations this weekend over George Floyd's death is 'not safe'.
Updated Scottish Government modelling shows unemployment could increase to more than 10 per cent this year.
Report says there was unease among frontline staff in Scotland at the lack of clarity on PPE availability, training and testing.
A review will be conducted by the Scottish Funding Council into how higher education can be funded post-pandemic.
The First Minister said she will consider if the recommendation should be made mandatory.
The Prime Minister could be asked to self-quarantine again if business secretary Alok Sharma tests positive.
City Council confirms pedestrianisation initiative won't return after city's festivals cancelled due to coronavirus.
There have been 1818 deaths involving coronavirus in care homes, compared to 1815 in hospitals.
MSPs will vote this week on plans to continue remote working to scrutinise Scotland's Covid-19 response.
Commons to return to traditional voting as the government's move to end the 'hybrid parliament' is backed.
Seven residents at Saltgreens care home in Eyemouth have passed away and 16 others have contracted Covid-19.