Figures come as health secretary suggests some parts of the country may not move down a level in next review.
First Minister says Glasgow will move to level two on June 5 if the coronavirus situation continues to improve in the city.
Not-for-profit organisations can apply to access share of £18m aimed at supporting improvements to drugs services.
Glasgow has been under Covid restrictions for 270 days.
Some institutions faced insolvency last year, the report from the Scottish Affairs Committee adds.
The first MSP to be a permanent wheelchair user also vowed action to tackle poverty in her maiden speech.
Deputy first minister opens debate in the Scottish Parliament on strategy around tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
Pladis, the owner of the Glasgow biscuit-making site, said the business had excess capacity.
At the heart of the legislative programme is a drive to ‘remobilise’ the NHS in Scotland.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says there are reasons to be 'cautiously optimistic' about situation in Glasgow.
Death toll under daily measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – remains at 7664.
Scottish Government confirms the Lord Advocate and Solicitor General will both leave their positions.
Health secretary says there is a possibility of 'maximising' vaccine rollout, particularly of second doses.
Home secretary says immigration enforcement were 'doing their job' during raid in Pollokshields earlier this month.
Children had been spending less and less time outdoors before the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Scottish Government supplies 100 oxygen concentrators and 40 ventilators to help India deal with its Covid-19 crisis.
The Scottish Trades Union Congress urges ministers to press ahead with proposed legislation.
Scottish Information Commissioner criticises non-ministerial government department as lacking 'transparency'.
Chief medical officer says service will provide people with a record of their vaccine status for international travel.
Fergus Ewing and Fiona Hyslop both standing down from their positions in the Scottish Government.