The latest figures released by the Scottish Government show the daily positivity rate is now 1.5%.
The man, who had travelled from England to Loch Lomond, became stranded after losing his paddle.
The next major change in restrictions is due on April 26, after hairdressers and click-and-collect services resumed on Monday.
Garden centres, homeware stores, car dealerships and click and collect retail services are also able to reopen.
Scott Anderson and Laura Ruthnum want to help women feel safer when out on their own.
The National Museum of Scotland, the National Museum of Flight and the National Museum of Rural Life will reopen from April 26 with others to follow.
Scots living abroad during pandemic give an insight into the situation where they are and reveal what they miss most.
Charges for funeral services are set to increase by 8% but a £45 fee for broadcasting services has been shelved.
The announcement follows discussions with trade unions but falls short of what campaigners had called for.
Health secretary says the pay rises will benefit 154,000 NHS Agenda for Change employees.
Patients taking part in five-week rehab programme to aid their recovery from Covid-19 once discharged from hospital.
Pauline McIlroy, a breast cancer specialist at the Beatson, spent a month battling the disease in hospital last year.
NRS figures show there were 67 fewer fatalities between March 15 and 21 when compared with the five-year average.
Prime Minister says 'too early to say' if foreign holidays allowed this summer ahead of travel task force report publication.
Scientists say the human rhinovirus triggers an innate response that seemingly blocks SARS-CoV-2 replication.
At the height of the first phase of the pandemic, artist Alan Stephens offered to paint NHS Fife heroes to show his appreciation.
Figures released on Sunday showed that 44,320 coronavirus vaccines were administered in a day.
The vaccine was stolen from the vaccination centre on Morrison Street, Edinburgh on Saturday.
The University of Dundee said it was concerned by the outbreak after large gatherings at Magdalen Green and at a private residence.
There has now been 212,997 positive cases of coronavirus in Scotland since the start of the pandemic.