That's all from us here on the live page on Monday 29 June, the fourth day in a row no deaths from coronavirus were registered in Scotland
After 14 weeks of lockdown, Scotland's non-essential retailers finally emerged from the coronavirus lockdown, as did many shoppers.
The first minister again called on people to wear face coverings when going to the shops.
Here's Monday's other headlines:
- The first minister said there are "no plans" to quarantine people who travel to Scotland from other parts of the UK
- Nicola Sturgeon set out a UK-wide proposal for an £80bn economic stimulus programme
- The first minister began today's briefing praising police and health workers’ response to the knife attack at a hotel in Glasgow on Friday