From Monday, all international arrivals to Scotland must isolate in a hotel for ten days.
Scottish Care chief executive warns there will be 'very many challenges' this winter.
Number of outdoor visitors permitted extended while indoor visits of up to four hours will be allowed.
Scottish Government aiming to vaccinate 2.25 million people over the coming months.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman says increased measures may be needed to 'avoid another full-scale lockdown'.
Specialist service for women who require surgery due to complications from vaginal mesh implants.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman says staff don't have security clearance to access passenger details.
From July 3, a single visitor can visit a care home resident in the garden provided the home is Covid-free.
The NHS programme is designed to reduce the risk of the virus spreading.
The health secretary raised issues over communication between the devolved and UK governments over coronavirus.
More than 11,000 care home workers have been tested of Scotland's 50,000-strong workforce.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said the 'unvalidated data' is linked to the 125 Covid incidents logged in hospitals.
The Scottish Conservatives accused Jeane Freeman of multiple failures and urged the FM to 'take the blinkers off'.
More than 900 patients have caught the virus in non-coronavirus wards, with at least 218 of them dying.
The Scottish Government had set a target of having 2000 tracers by the end of May to support its mass Covid-19 testing regime.
Scottish Labour call on Jeane Freeman to detail what support will be made available to staff working with Covid-19 patients.
Coronavirus testing in Scotland has also been extended to anyone over the age of five with symptoms.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman told MSPs work was under way on 'building up' existing health apps.
The additional hours will be funded by an £8.2m investment from the Scottish Government.
From Monday, local hubs will distribute personal protective equipment supplies to the whole of the social care sector.