The health secretary said he will not apologise for spending time with his family.
The health secretary said only high-risk contacts will be called because of the rising number of coronavirus cases.
As of Monday, 3,386,321 people have received the first dose of a Covid-19 vaccination in Scotland.
Humza Yousaf said he was encouraged by the fact the numbers of 'did not attends' had fallen.
Thousands of Rangers fans took to Glasgow city centre to celebrate their title win.
Clubs told to send clear message to fans ahead of the Old Firm derby on March 21.
The Hate Crime and Public Order (Scotland) Bill has caused heated debate among politicians and interest groups.
The Domestic Abuse Act created a single offence including for the first time coercive and controlling behaviours.
The island of Curacao has also been added to the list of countries from where returning travellers must self-isolate.
A proposed 'stirring up hatred' offence will now require proof of intent before it can be prosecuted.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf says he is aware of 'strong views' expressed over the bill.
Humza Yousaf says he has received emails that clearly depict violence towards him and his family.
The Scottish Police Federation has said proposed law could see officers determining what amounts to free speech.
Air bridges for Scottish holidaymakers announced for Lativia and Estonia.
Examples of coronavirus-related attacks include being coughed at or spat on.
A group of pro-independence activists staged a demonstration on the A1 calling on visitors to stay out.
The scheme was announced ten weeks ago to support the mental health of inmates after visits were banned due to coronavirus.
Overall crime has fallen by 45% since 2008-09 while violent crime has declined by 48%, an official survey shows.
Passengers arriving into the UK must self-isolate for 14 days, with a £480 fine in Scotland for breaching quarantine.
Justice secretary Humza Yousaf confirmed the policy will begin from Monday as part of measures to fight Covid-19.