Scotland pubs and cafes, restaurants and bars will be able to serve people outdoors – in groups of up to 6 from 3 households – until 10pm from 26 April.
Alcohol will be permitted in Scotland Pubs, and there will be no requirement for food to be served.
There could be limited indoor opening of hospitality from 26 April too.
This will be limited initially to the service of food and non-alcoholic drinks until 8pm, and for groups of up to four people from no more than 2 households.
All remaining retail premises are expected to re-open on 26 April.
All tourist accommodation will be able to re-open, subject to any restrictions.
Libraries, museums and galleries will also reopen from 26 April.
Indoor gyms will also reopen for individual exercise on that date.
Monday 5 April will see the beginning of the phased re-opening of non essential retail.
Click and collect retail services will be permitted to reopen, along with homeware stores, and car showrooms and forecourts.
Garden centres will also be able to reopen on 5 April
Hairdresser and barber salons to reopen for appointments on 5 April.
Indoor meeting from 17 May
Up to four people from two household can socialise indoors in a private home or public space from 17 May.
Hospitality venues can open until 10:30 pm indoors (alcohol permitted, 2-hour dwell time) and 10:00 pm outdoors (alcohol permitted)
Outdoor adult contact sport and indoor group exercise can restart.
Cinemas, amusement arcades, and bingo halls can open.
Small-scale outdoor and indoor events can resume subject to capacity constraints.