Glasgow and Edinburgh had been set to welcome more than 4,000 delegates to the events.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said five new Covid-19 patients had been identified as of Monday morning.
The government has confirmed another two cases of coronavirus in Scotland, bringing the total to 18.
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The coronavirus threat has forced the SFA and SPFL to draw up contingency plans.
US-based Scots scientist Dr Kate Broderick hopes preventative jab can be tested on people in April.
Neil Doncaster says infection at one club could affect the SPFL season.
The First Minister told MSPs that officials are still working to delay the spread of Covid-19.
The patients are from the Forth Valley, Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Grampian areas.
A total of 137 people called NHS 24's 111 number, while another 584 called the general advice helpline.
The two new patients are based in Ayrshire and the Grampian area respectively, while the first was in Tayside.
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The health secretary told MSPs the Tayside-based patient is 'clinically well' in a hospital in Scotland.
Concerns have been expressed about major sporting events being held this year.
Health boards have the power to restrict the movements of anyone thought to be infected.
St Cuthbert's church in Hamilton set out their temporary guidelines on Monday.
The group after the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Scotland - a patient from the Tayside area.
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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon spoke to STV News after the first confirmed case of coronavirus in Scotland.