First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told the Scottish Parliament that further restrictions to limit the spread of Covid-19 will be brought in this weekend.
The Scottish Government says nobody who lives in a Level Four area should leave or remain outside their home except for essential purposes.
Working from home arrangements will be strengthened through updated statutory guidance.
Working from home should now be the default position for all businesses and services, and only those who cannot do their job from home should be asked to go to the workplace.
From Saturday non-essential click and collect retail services will be prohibited in Level 4 areas and further changes will be put in place to how services open for essential purposes operate.
Timeslots will be required for collection and people should not enter a store to collect an item.
Businesses providing takeaway food will also operate on a ‘non-entry’ basis only.
This means customers cannot enter the premises when placing or collecting orders.
Restrictions banning the consumption of alcohol in public places will also be introduced.
In a statement to Parliament, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said:
“The situation we face in relation to the virus remains extremely serious.
“We must continue to do everything possible to reduce case numbers.
"This is essential to relieve the pressure on our NHS and to save lives.
“Both individually and collectively, these additional measures – in further reducing the interactions that allow the virus to spread – will help our essential efforts to suppress it.
“At this critical and dangerous moment, please: Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.”