Nicola Sturgeon is expected to reveal what life beyond level zero will look like in Scotland.
Uber, Bolt and Deliveroo are among the brands offering incentives as part of a scheme already under way in England.
First Minister says the UK and Scottish Governments 'must work together where we can' to tackle coronavirus pandemic.
Business confidence fell 14 points in July to 28%, the steepest among the nations and regions of the UK.
Organisations employing critical workers can apply for exemptions from self-isolation if exposed to coronavirus.
Double vaccinated travellers from the US and the EU can now travel to Scotland without quarantining.
Claire Herriot flew back to Scotland from red-list Turkey after hearing that her dad only had a short time left to live.
Regulator decided not to investigate more than 2000 complaints about care homes for older people in Scotland.
The FM says there 'are grounds for optimism' that Scotland can further ease coronavirus restrictions from August 9.
All major Covid-19 restrictions are due to be relaxed on August 9 but only if the over-40 age group is fully vaccinated.
Scottish ministers and government medical officers agree to offer exemption to teams travelling to and from red-list Turkey.
Scottish Conservatives write to UK Statistics Authority about 'misleading' image posted on deputy first minister's Twitter page.
Accident and Emergency Department at Dundee's Ninewells Hospital is dealing with more than 200 patients a day.
Club also says it expects a full house at Ibrox for the Champions League qualifier against either Malmo or HJK Helsinki.
Laura Bowles was delighted when her parents arrived in France to meet their granddaughter but quarantine now beckons.
Transport secretary Michael Matheson slams 'unacceptable' LNER for not following Scottish Government guidance.
Thousands have de-registered Scottish Government's Protect Scotland app in last three months.
A public health expert has warned the decision to end all legal restrictions on August 9 could be paused if cases rise.
The small MS Island Sky, operated by Noble Caledonia, will berth at Lerwick Harbour with 66 passengers on board.
The death toll under the Scottish Government's daily measure now stands at 7796.