The First Minister says Scotland will stay in phase three of its lockdown exit strategy 'for some time yet'.
Nicola Sturgeon said there are 161 new cases of coronavirus in Scotland, 1.9% of newly-tested people.
Nicola Sturgeon's warning came ahead of the review of Covid-19 restrictions later this week.
Indoor leisure resumes after more than five months closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Indoor leisure facilities can reopen two weeks earlier than previously planned.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will update MSPs on schools as well as any further changes to lockdown.
Working from home remains the default position and few lockdown changes expected next week.
The First Minister said the reopening of pubs, restaurants and hairdressers were the 'highest-risk changes' so far.
Hairdressers, nail salons, dentists, hotels and shopping centres will also open their doors in coming days.
Outdoor meetings of up to five households will also be allowed and two-metre distancing in shops relaxed.
Be patient, avoid crowds and prepare to provide contact details if visiting outdoor hospitality venues, the FM said.
People should be allowed to travel more than five miles for recreation from next Friday and visit family at home from July 15.
Nicola Sturgeon set out a range of 'indicative dates' for when she plans to lift certain lockdown restrictions.
Provisional dates could be given for the reopening of beer gardens and hairdressers.
You will be able to visit up to two households outdoors but not indoors, unless you count as an 'extended' household.
The FM said lifting restrictions too quickly risks a second wave which would be 'economically counterproductive'.
The First Minister urged the public not to go too far as some 'cautious changes' are made to ease restrictions.
Nicola Sturgeon said she is satisfied the first phase of the four-stage route map out of lockdown can start.