The Scottish Hospitality Group has warned the sector is already 'on life support' with 90,000 jobs at risk.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon slammed the 'despicable' scammers.
The 'Protect Scotland' anonymously uses bluetooth technology to identify close contacts of coronavirus cases.
The First Minister says Scotland will stay in phase three of its lockdown exit strategy 'for some time yet'.
Two deaths involving coronavirus were logged in the week ending September 6, both in hospitals.
Police slammed the revellers in Gorebridge, Midlothian, for their 'blatant disregard' of Covid restrictions.
Nicola Sturgeon's warning came ahead of the review of Covid-19 restrictions later this week.
Covid cases in Highlands town Grantown increase by two to 33, with 30 linked to Millers of Speyside slaughterhouse.
There are 31 Covid-19 cases in Grantown-of-Spey, with 29 associated with Millers of Speyside slaughterhouse.
NHS Grampian's incident management team say cluster is finished after three-week lockdown.
People living in Glasgow City, East Renfrewshire and West Dunbartonshire council areas face new restrictions.
The pandemic has 'underlined the need for improvement' in adult social care, Nicola Sturgeon said.
The SNP will go into next year's Holyrood election looking for a 'clear endorsement' for its referendum plans.
Since April, soldiers have conducted 100,000 coronavirus tests around Scotland, including 773 in a single day.
Nicola Sturgeon's remarks come amid a new UK Government bid in England to get workers back into offices.
Infections have risen at the 2 Sisters factory outbreak in Perthshire, while there are also new cases in Hawick.
Nicola Sturgeon warns schools not to ask for testing when pupils have a runny nose.
There will be 11 local sites established in the coming months, with the first in St Andrews.
Scottish pupils have mostly returned to full-time education - except at schools where coronavirus cases crop up.
Almost a third of fixed penalty notices issued to people living in the 10% most deprived communities.