The strategic framework - similar to England's three-tiered system - will be published on Friday.
Nicola Sturgeon urged Scots not to visit other people's homes or travel south to watch Saturday's Old Firm clash.
New regulations on face coverings for weddings, civil partnerships and workplace canteens from Friday.
Measures banning household visits and limiting other gatherings to six people will stay in force.
Nicola Sturgeon issues plea after 180 Scots test positive for coronavirus following trips to Blackpool.
STV/Ipsos MORI poll finds record support for independence and puts the SNP on course for a Holyrood majority.
The First Minister defended the latest restrictions as 'tough but necessary' in the fight against Covid.
Holyrood's Salmond inquiry said it does not want to see files the former FM complained would 'malign his reputation'.
There are 961 new cases of coronavirus in Scotland but no deaths reported in the last 24 hours.
Ruth Davidson branded as 'absurd' the FM's claim she forgot an encounter which discussed allegations against Alex Salmond.
Licensed premises in five health board areas to shut, and the rest of pubs in Scotland hit with 6pm indoor curfew.
The First Minister has submitted evidence to Holyrood's Alex Salmond inquiry.
The PM said 'everyone should obey' coronavirus rules but stopped short of saying the SNP MP should quit.
Nicola Sturgeon revealed in a tweet that she had spoken to Margaret Ferrier and advised her to stand down as an MP.
SNP chief Peter Murrell is alleged to have sent messages that suggest 'pressurising' police over the Alex Salmond case.
Oliver Mundell accused the FM of lying to parliament when she pledged full transparency to Holyrood's Salmond inquiry.
The scheme will launch on October 12 with the cash grants administered by councils to those in need.
Aberdeen co-leader Douglas Lumsden hit back after Nicola Sturgeon accused him of writing her 'ridiculous letters'.
Convener Linda Fabiani said the committee is 'completely frustrated with the lack of evidence' it has received.
The Scottish Government will ask Holyrood next month to formally withhold consent to the Internal Market Bill.