Here are some of the day's key developments:
- Nicola Sturgeon said the weekly figures from National Records of Scotland offered "signs of hope"
- There were 415 deaths linked to virus in the past week, but that was 110 fewer than the week before.
- Figures revealed that people living in the most deprived areas are more than twice as likely to die with coronavirus than those in the least deprived places
- Some lockdown restrictions were eased in England, with people able to meet non-household members outside while social distancing - but in Scotland the message remains stay home.
- The Lord Advocate said Covid-19 deaths at work or in care homes would be reported to the Crown Office, to see if a fatal accident inquiry was needed
We'll be back with live updates from early tomorrow - when we hope to learn more about the R-number in Scotland, a key measure that will determine how soon we can come out of lockdown.