That's all from us here on the live page on Monday 10 August 2020.
Here are the headlines from today's Scottish government briefing:
- The first minister apologises after accepting her government "did not get it right" over Scottish exam results
- The education secretary will set out the government's plan to fix the issue tomorrow - join us for extensive coverage from 2.50pm
- Transport Scotland is launching a Travel Safe campaign encouraging commuters to consider active travel options and plan their journeys as schools get set to reopen
- There are 29 new Covid cases with 18 of those in the Grampian health board area - there are no new deaths registered by the daily measurement
- The first minister cannot rule out a further week of lockdown restrictions for Aberdeen, with the review coming on Wednesday
- From today in the rest of Scotland three outdoor visitors from two households are allowed to visit care homes, but not in Aberdeen City where the lockdown persists
- People may be confusing the symptoms of lung cancer with Covid-19 and the interim CMO calls on people with symptoms to contact the NHS or their GP
- The first minister urges everyone to follow the FACTS advice including Boris Johnson who is reported to be coming to Scotland on holiday.