Scotland has recorded 77 new cases of coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Nicola Sturgeon said gatherings with too many people or without social distancing risk spreading coronavirus.
There are 16 new cases in Tayside, where an outbreak at a chicken factory has been discovered.
It follows revelations that 37 patients with coronavirus were transferred to care homes in March and April.
Of the 31 new infections confirmed on Sunday, 13 came from a new cluster of cases in Aberdeen.
Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh and the Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen science centres will get the money.
The landmark will only be able to have 1000 visitors a day rather than the usual 10,000.
Cases have risen moderately in recent weeks along with testing, but no deaths for 16 days.
The policy of shielding for Scots in groups deemed most vulnerable to coronavirus has ended today.
Dr Abby Gunn and Nurse Eilidh Jack are among the thousands of NHS staff at the frontline of tackling Covid-19.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will update MSPs on schools as well as any further changes to lockdown.
It comes as a 'possible cluster' of Covid-19 cases is being investigated in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area.
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.
Nurses and other NHS workers say being left out of a pay rise for doctors and dentists is a 'slap in the face'.
Health minister Lord Bethell said 'the greatest challenge' in the fight against Covid is changing people's behaviour.
Pet cat in England diagnosed with the virus after initial discovery from University of Glasgow researchers.
Hospital has seen 315 patients receive orthopaedic and plastic surgery outpatient consultations.
Total number of cases now stands at 18,547 but zero Covid-19 deaths recorded for ninth consecutive day.
Chief secretary to the Treasury Steve Barclay turned down a request for borrowing powers for Scotland.