Nicola Sturgeon said the impact of coronavirus means this year's isn't 'a normal programme for government'.
Nicola Sturgeon's remarks come amid a new UK Government bid in England to get workers back into offices.
There will be 11 local sites established in the coming months, with the first in St Andrews.
Permanent secretary Leslie Evans was asked if female staff had been advised not to be alone with the former FM.
Scottish pupils have mostly returned to full-time education - except at schools where coronavirus cases crop up.
Nicola Sturgeon said there is a 'possibility' guidance will change amid a number of cases among students.
Sturgeon was quizzed on the issue at First Minister's Questions as she pledged to fully comply with the Holyrood inquiry.
Indoor leisure facilities can reopen two weeks earlier than previously planned.
Panelbase survey finds 2014 referendum result could be reversed if held today.
Nicola Sturgeon said the 'reluctant' decision had been made as the city's outbreak is not 'completely under control'.
Nicola Sturgeon said gatherings with too many people or without social distancing risk spreading coronavirus.
Scotland's top civil servant Leslie Evans is due to give evidence before MSPs in Tuesday's opening session.
It follows revelations that 37 patients with coronavirus were transferred to care homes in March and April.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will update MSPs on schools as well as any further changes to lockdown.
The First Minister said failing to follow guidelines could lead to outbreaks of coronavirus.
The First Minister warned Scots planning holidays that they cannot assume measures will not change.
Hospital has seen 315 patients receive orthopaedic and plastic surgery outpatient consultations.
Nicola Sturgeon said the policy to protect the most vulnerable to coronavirus can now be 'paused'.
A total of 17 employees at the test and trace site in Bellshill have Covid-19 along with seven of their contacts.
Boris Johnson dismissed calls for indyref2 but Nicola Sturgeon criticised what she called his 'campaign visit' to Scotland.