More than 1000 people are currently receiving treatment in hospital for Covid-19.
The jump of 1433 is the second highest daily figure recorded in Scotland since the start of the pandemic.
The strategic framework - similar to England's three-tiered system - will be published on Friday.
Capacity issues at the Glasgow Lightouse lab mean 64,000 tests need to be rerouted to other locations.
Conservative Adam Tomkins caught in blunder after constituent wrote to him about Covid wedding restrictions.
Workers are now required to wear a mask in certain workplace settings, such as canteens.
Scots returning from Italy, San Marino and Vatican City must self-isolate from Sunday.
Scotland Yard says MP will face no further action over 800-mile trip she took after testing positive for Covid.
New regulations on face coverings for weddings, civil partnerships and workplace canteens from Friday.
Nicola Sturgeon issues plea after 180 Scots test positive for coronavirus following trips to Blackpool.
New rules will come into force from 6pm on Friday and are scheduled to end on October 25.
Universities Scotland director Alastair Sim warned further outbreaks among students remain likely.
NHS Fife confirmed that seven individuals linked to Carnegie Primary School in Dunfermline have tested positive for Covid-19.
There have been no further deaths in the past 24 hours, the First Minister confirmed on Monday.
No further people have died from Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, the Scottish Government confirmed on Sunday.
According to management information reported by NHS boards, 191 people are in hospital with confirmed or suspected Covid-19.
Aberdeen co-leader Douglas Lumsden hit back after Nicola Sturgeon accused him of writing her 'ridiculous letters'.
Further infections confirmed at Parker House and Abertay University's Meadowside Hall.
A new job support scheme will replace furlough in November but is only designed to protect jobs deemed 'viable'.
The health spokeswoman for the Scottish Greens is also pushing for 'frontline workers' to have access to tests.