Nicola Sturgeon has been told to "end the uncertainty" by publishing a detailed roadmap out of lockdown.
Boris Johnson has set Britain on a "one way road to freedom", after unveiling a four-point plan to lift lockdown by summer.
The Scottish Government is to adopt a very cautious approach when it lays out a road map to easing lockdown restrictions next week, as the Scottish Conservatives say they want to see "clarity and hope."
Professor for public health at Edinburgh University Linda Bauld says there is reason for Scots to be optimistic about staycations, though warned the public won't see many of the coronavirus restrictions lifted just yet.
Shielding advice for the most vulnerable Scots may have offered only "relatively modest" additional protection from coronavirus and less stringent measures may have delivered similar results, according to a new report.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted work carried out at Bute House was "essential" for safety reasons and that she has not been there for months.
Scotland’s tight lockdown restrictions will result in a slower recovery for the nation’s tourism industry than elsewhere in the UK, says an industry leader.
The operator of a north-east sports centre has called on the Scottish Government to outline how coronavirus measures are to be eased, warning that current restrictions are unsustainable.
Scotland's Christmas lockdown is just days away, with major restrictions coming into force to prevent further spread of a new coronavirus strain.
Tougher coronavirus restrictions or a full lockdown after Christmas is a "possibility" as a "rising tide" of new infections pushes the R number in Scotland above one, the deputy first minister has said.
Ebenezer Scrooge might have approved of the latest official pronouncements on how to “celebrate” – if that’s the right word – this year’s Covid Christmas.
Scots have been told to stay at home and mix only with their own household "if at all possible" this Christmas, after the Scottish Government introduced tough new guidance for families over the festive season.
Several areas of Scotland face a more than 90% chance of being a coronavirus "hotspot" on Christmas day, according to researchers.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned that plans to ease Christmas Covid measures may have to be scaled back, as four-nations talks failed to reach a conclusion on how to handle the festivities.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned rising Covid cases in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are “a matter of real concern”, ahead of her weekly review of restrictions.
Aberdeenshire has been recommended to be placed under tier three Covid-19 rules at tomorrow's Scottish Government review of restriction levels.
There have been no changes to any coronavirus alert levels in Scotland this week, despite concerns about a number of areas.
People living in the Highlands and Moray may be able to meet each other indoors for the first time in months as part of next week's coronavirus restrictions review, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
North-east avoids tougher coronavirus restrictions – but changes could be imminent as health officials assess ‘sharp rise’ in cases
The north-east will be kept under close review as medical experts consider if tougher coronavirus restrictions should be imposed.
The government cannot make any guarantees public transport will not be overwhelmed this Christmas as coronavirus restrictions are relaxed for five days.
Covid cases in north-east under close observation as Nicola Sturgeon maintains existing restrictions
Rising Covid cases in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross and Clackmannanshire are being closely monitored but there will be no tightening of restrictions for the time being, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen will remain under level two restrictions.
Scottish Hogmanay has effectively been cancelled, after the First Minister admitted it will not be given special exemption from coronavirus restrictions this festive period.
A leading expert in behavioural science has suggested a shake-up of coronavirus rules in Scotland to allow more household mixing could help slow the spread of the virus this Christmas.
Scottish families could form support bubbles - or "baubles" - to allow them to meet indoors over Christmas, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Scotland is on the verge of passing the “sombre and deeply distressing” milestone of 5,000 Covid deaths, Nicola Sturgeon has warned.
Nicola Sturgeon defended Covid-19 restrictions in place across the north of Scotland as the country recorded its highest daily death toll from the virus in six months.
Fife, Angus and Perth and Kinross Council areas will move into level three coronavirus restrictions this Friday, after a dramatic increase in cases.
Coronavirus restrictions are "highly unlikely" to be significantly eased in any part of the country on Tuesday but "careful judgement" will be given to toughening up existing measures, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Despite travel between protection levels being discouraged, those who do will still not be fined or prosecuted.