The current advice remains to stay at home except for essential purposes, such as essential work that can't be done from home, exercise, and buying essential supplies such as food and medicine - but if suppression of the virus continues to work, we will enter the first phase on 28 May.
Pubs and restaurants will be allowed to reopen outdoor spaces and the public will be allowed to access playgrounds and sports spaces.
Scots will be allowed to meet "another household" in a park or private garden, subject to social distancing, a more generous regime than now exists in England which limits interaction to one other person.
NHS services stopped during the lockdown will also begin to "safely restart", including resumption of some GP and emergency dental services.
"Those phase one measures - most of which have an outdoor focus - are not in place yet, and they are dependent on us continuing to suppress the virus".
Pubs and restaurants will be able to reopen indoor spaces with social distancing under the third phase of restrictions being lifted, which will occur once the virus has been suppressed and the country's "Test and Protect" method is working across the country.
"Scottish Golf has worked with Scottish Government, Active Scotland, sportcotland, Health Protection Scotland, The PGA and key industry partners at every opportunity to produce a clear guide for all golf clubs and golfers in Scotland". Continued hand washing, cough hygiene and physical distancing will continue to be essential as will wearing a face covering where appropriate. This phase will also see restrictions on hotels relaxed.
Phase on will see people being allowed to meet outside with those from other households, but schools will not reopen until 11 August.
This final phase will see mass gatherings resume, schools and childcare provision "operating with any necessary precautions", and while working from home and flexible working will still be encouraged "all types of workplaces would be open in line with public health advice".
A teacher shared their relief regarding Scotland's plans for reopening schools.
Those who can not work from home will be allowed to travel to work, but employers have been asked to be flexible in terms of start times and shifts.