Measures banning household visits and limiting other gatherings to six people will stay in force.
Strict new measures will come into effect on Friday for pubs, restaurants and cafes across Scotland.
Licensed premises in five health board areas to shut, and the rest of pubs in Scotland hit with 6pm indoor curfew.
The First Minister warned Scots they 'simply cannot have 100% normality' in the global Covid pandemic.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman says increased measures may be needed to 'avoid another full-scale lockdown'.
One owner said it was no problem for 38 people to stay at the property despite a government clampdown on gatherings.
Nicola Sturgeon said there are 161 new cases of coronavirus in Scotland, 1.9% of newly-tested people.
Indoor leisure resumes after more than five months closed amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Music venues, theatres, comedy clubs and nightclubs offered funding lifeline to manage impact of Covid.
Indoor leisure facilities can reopen two weeks earlier than previously planned.
Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh and the Glasgow, Dundee and Aberdeen science centres will get the money.
The landmark will only be able to have 1000 visitors a day rather than the usual 10,000.
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.
Personal retail services can reopen, with enhanced hygiene measures as advised by the Scottish Government.
The First Minister said the reopening of pubs, restaurants and hairdressers were the 'highest-risk changes' so far.
Examples of coronavirus-related attacks include being coughed at or spat on.
Seafarer organisations have been pleading with foreign governments as lockdown restrictions continue to prevent crew changes.
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.