Another 28 people have died with Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, as a further 1739 positive cases are confirmed.
Pubs, bars and restaurants across central Scotland all but closed on October 9 to stem the spread of coronavirus.
The Scottish Government has confirmed its latest daily figures.
NHS Ayrshire and Arran looking to procure additonal supplies after being unable to cope with requests.
The woman allegedly pretended to cough on passengers onboard the easyJet flight from Belfast to Edinburgh.
A total of 11 people have now died with Covid-19 at Redmill Care Home in West Lothian.
There are 435 new cases in Greater Glasgow and Clyde, 346 in Lanarkshire and 114 in Lothian.
Nicola Sturgeon urged Scots not to visit other people's homes or travel south to watch Saturday's Old Firm clash.
Workers are now required to wear a mask in certain workplace settings, such as canteens.
Neil Doncaster urges Celtic and Rangers supporters not to congregate in houses and pubs to watch Saturday's match.
Measures banning household visits and limiting other gatherings to six people will stay in force.
Ward 212 at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary is now closed to new admissions and visitors.
Marston's operates 21 sites in Scotland, of which eight are currently closed amid curfews on hospitality industry.
The First Minister will update MSPs on measures to control coronavirus later on Thursday.
Welsh First Minister Mark Drakeford says new restrictions will come into force at 6pm on Friday.
The fresh cases amount to 16.4% of newly-tested Scots, the First Minister confirmed on Wednesday.
Scottish Care chief executive warns there will be 'very many challenges' this winter.
The First Minister defended the latest restrictions as 'tough but necessary' in the fight against Covid.
Tuesday's figure of 1297 infections is the highest daily total in Scotland on record.
Number of outdoor visitors permitted extended while indoor visits of up to four hours will be allowed.