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.
Scots should get used to wearing face coverings in public 'for the foreseeable future', Nicola Sturgeon said.
Restrictions eased on wedding and civil partnership ceremonies and funeral services in phase three.
Scotland also recorded 18 new cases of the virus, the highest daily figure recorded in three weeks.
Rishi Sunak's new job retention bonus may just move the redundancies cliff edge from October to January.
Employers who bring back and retain furloughed staff will be in line for a 'job retention bonus' later this year.
Half-price meals will run at participating restaurants from Mondays to Wednesdays next month.
Deaths among Scots from South Asian backgrounds twice as likely to involve coronavirus, NRS study finds.
The Federation of Small Businesses said a high street voucher scheme would be an economic 'shot in the arm'.
The FM said she has heard 'very loudly' criticisms from airport bosses over the issue.
A cross-border cluster of cases with north-west England has now been brought under control, the FM said.
Be patient, avoid crowds and prepare to provide contact details if visiting outdoor hospitality venues, the FM said.
Residents in towns and villages in south-west Scotland were told not to travel more than five miles.
Scottish Government figures show zero deaths from the virus on Friday, Saturday or Sunday.
Nicola Sturgeon calls for people to socialise safely as the hospitality sector takes another step out of lockdown.
Museums, galleries, theatres, cinemas, music venues and heritage sites will receive £97m in Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon takes part in nationwide round of applause for key workers as buildings light up blue in tribute.
The charity working to restore the TS Queen Mary received a 'substantial donation' amid cancelled tours.