The First Minister said some areas with lower infection rates could see restrictions lifted faster.
Concerns have been raised that businesses cannot adequately plan to reopen under the new measures.
A decision on whether to place the Western Isles into level four will be made on Friday.
John MacKay is joined by experts to debate the week's top stories in the Scotland Tonight Panel.
Ewan Petrie is joined by columnist Shona Craven, former Labour adviser Catherine MacLeod and STV’s political editor Colin Mackay to debate the week's big stories.
John MacKay is joined by former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale, columnist Shona Craven and STV's Westminster correspondent Kathryn Samson to debate the week's big talking points.
The Marie Trust was the only homeless walk-in centre that stayed open in Glasgow during the pandemic.
Nicola Sturgeon issues plea after 180 Scots test positive for coronavirus following trips to Blackpool.
A new job support scheme will replace furlough in November but is only designed to protect jobs deemed 'viable'.
Bernard Ponsonby asks if our politicians' approach to tackling coronavirus is the correct one.
Nicola Sturgeon said she hopes to attend a Cobra meeting with Boris Johnson over the weekend.
Possible new nationwide or local measures to tackle Covid are being reviewed 'on an ongoing basis'.
Scottish Government analysis found extending the scheme until next June would bring major economic benefits.
All industries contracted in the second quarter of the year, with construction hardest hit.
The Scottish Hospitality Group has warned the sector is already 'on life support' with 90,000 jobs at risk.
The First Minister says Scotland will stay in phase three of its lockdown exit strategy 'for some time yet'.
Police slammed the revellers in Gorebridge, Midlothian, for their 'blatant disregard' of Covid restrictions.
Nicola Sturgeon's warning came ahead of the review of Covid-19 restrictions later this week.
Nicola Sturgeon's remarks come amid a new UK Government bid in England to get workers back into offices.
Almost a third of fixed penalty notices issued to people living in the 10% most deprived communities.