The relaxation of the coronavirus rules over the festive season have also been scaled back to Christmas Day only.
The figures come amid fears a new variant strain is accelerating the spread of Covid-19 in the UK.
All parking charges were abolished at most Scottish hospitals in 2008, however the country’s three PFI hospitals still have charges.
Recommendations include providing extra support and raising awareness to help improve access to care.
Annie Innes, 90, becomes the first care home resident in Scotland to get the Pfizer/BioNTech jab.
The firm’s Customer Service Centre in Paisley has undergone a deep clean but will remain closed until Sunday.
Almost 1000 people are currently receiving treatment for Covid-19 in hospital, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed.
At least 5941 people have died in Scotland with confirmed or suspected Covid-19, according to NRS figures.
The Pfizer/BioNTech jab will begin to be distributed across Scotland from Tuesday.
Nicola Sturgeon said Scots don't have to create a bubble when rules are relaxed over the festive period.
Nicola Sturgeon is due to make a statement to the Scottish Parliament at 2.20pm on Tuesday.
Nicola Sturgeon said Covid-19 will take the opportunity to spread from 'household to household'.
The Federation of Small Businesses said the changes are 'shutting the door' on independent firms during their busiest time of year.
Measures have been drafted to make sure the poll can take place during the pandemic.
Health secretary expected to set out details of a nationwide vaccination programme later this week.
The Scottish Child Payment is aimed to help families struggling as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The scale, which ranges from level zero to four, kicked in at 6am on Monday.
Finance secretary accused the Treasury of denying request for full furlough 'at any point' it is needed north of the border.
The latest daily figures have been published by the Scottish Government.
More than 1000 people are currently receiving treatment in hospital for Covid-19.