The First Minister urged the public not to go too far as some 'cautious changes' are made to ease restrictions.
Nicola Sturgeon said she is satisfied the first phase of the four-stage route map out of lockdown can start.
Hives in Perth and Kinross will be destroyed after they were found to be infected with American foulbrood.
The FM was challenged over care homes as new figures showed more than 1700 deaths of residents from Covid-19.
The Scottish Government had set a target of having 2000 tracers by the end of May to support its mass Covid-19 testing regime.
Councils will also look at using community buildings and vacant office space as temporary school sites.
Rail, bus and tram services will be operating at 25% capacity or lower under new Scottish Government plans.
Scotland's test, trace and isolate regime will go live on Thursday, Nicola Sturgeon said.
First Minister says the government 'didn't have many good choices' over discharging elderly patients from hospital.
Nicola Sturgeon says current expectation is to begin first phase of Scottish Government plan later this week.
Woodmill High School in Dunfermline was closed after it was gutted by a major blaze.
Scottish Labour call on Jeane Freeman to detail what support will be made available to staff working with Covid-19 patients.
Tennis, golf, bowls, fishing and outdoor swimming to be permitted during phase one of Scottish Government roadmap.
You will be allowed to meet members of another household but will have to observe physical distancing.
Scotland’s constitution secretary will tell UK Government ministers that transition period must be prolonged.
First Minister set to reveal the Scottish Government's four-phase plan for easing current coronavirus restrictions.
Tour guides who took delegates from a coronavirus-hit conference around Edinburgh 'were never contact traced'.
The changes could include some sporting events being allowed and letting people meet those from other households.
It comes after the heritage body warned 429 of its workers face being made redundant due to Covid-19.
Scottish secretary Alister Jack told MPs he believes Scotland is 'a few days behind' England in lowering its R number.