First Minister to address Holyrood on Tuesday with details of how and when restrictions could be lifted across Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon will update Scottish Parliament on Tuesday on the further reopening of society.
First Minister says Scottish Government has been assured by UK regulator over safety of Oxford/AstraZeneca jab.
Scottish Tory leader will outline proposals for a £500 grant that aims to help people learn new skills and build their careers.
UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency says evidence does not suggest vaccine is the cause of blood clots.
Children in primaries 4-7 head back to classroom full-time and blended learning model in place for high school students.
Five industry organisations have submitted changes to the levels system which they said would save 68,000 jobs.
Prime Minister accuses SNP of pushing for a second vote 'regardless of the cost to Scotland and the whole of the UK'.
UK's national statistician says people need to recognise 'that this is a virus that isn't going to go away' despite vaccine rollout.
Bill Mason qualified as a paramedic in 1986 and has decided to come of retirement to supervise at a mobile testing unit.
Ibrox boss says supporters 'must stay safe' as Rangers prepare to travel across Glasgow to face Celtic next weekend.
The death toll under this measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – is now 7508.
In the past 12 months, more than 9000 people have died in Scotland after contracting the virus.
The mobile and home-based close contact and newly self-employed fund deadline has been extended.
The heath secretary said the death toll under the daily measurement now stands at 7500.
The survey of 300,000 healthcare workers provides the first direct evidence of the effectiveness of vaccines on reducing infection rates.
The First Minister updated parliament on the latest coronavirus statistics ahead of FMQs.
FM says expert advice does not yet support all high school students returning full-time to face-to-face learning.
The First Minister said some areas with lower infection rates could see restrictions lifted faster.
The National Records of Scotland figures show a reduction of 89 deaths in the past week.