Air bridges for Scottish holidaymakers announced for Lativia and Estonia.
Report says a quarter of the workforce could have lower skills by the mid-2030s if schools do not reopen.
He said secondary schools should take 'practical' steps to enable distancing 'wherever possible'.
Nicola Sturgeon said the policy to protect the most vulnerable to coronavirus can now be 'paused'.
Working from home remains the default position and few lockdown changes expected next week.
Majority of new cases in Lanarkshire, where a cluster has been identified, Nicola Sturgeon said.
From later this week, Scots will no longer need to isolate for 14 days when returning from a Spanish holiday.
Government calls for 'reimagining' of live events while tight restrictions on mass gatherings remain in place.
The PM said there has been good co-operation between the four UK nations despite 'surface differences'.
The economy grew by 1.5% in May but it is still down by nearly a quarter compared to February.
The count, held every ten years, was supposed to begin in next March but has been pushed back until 2022.
Economy secretary Fiona Hyslop pledged a new £100m employment support fund, with half set aside for young people.
Just 4.3% of people in Scotland have tested positive for Covid-19 antibodies, according to new data.
John Swinney said childcare and early learning services should be fully up and running by August 11.
The energy giant says it will invest £7.5bn in low carbon projects over the next five years despite the pandemic.
Group advising Scottish Government says no social distancing is required between pupils.
The exams authority has said it will not consult schools or colleges if it downgrades teacher estimates.
The First Minister said the reopening of pubs, restaurants and hairdressers were the 'highest-risk changes' so far.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon gave the update at the Scottish Government's daily coronavirus briefing.
Including confirmed and suspected coronavirus cases, the death toll in the country is now 4187.