First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced further changes in Scotland’s route map out of lockdown.
Vulnerable people who have been shielding have been told they can follow guidance for the general population from Saturday.
Schools will be reopening from August 11, although some local authorities may opt for a phased return over the first few days.
The Scottish Government said it expects all pupils to be back in class full-time from August 18.
Restrictions for childcare providers will be reduced from August 10.
A wider range of dental care will be possible from August 17, including aerosol procedures for urgent cases.
The Scottish Government hopes live outdoor events, funfairs, outdoor sports as well as some indoor venues such as bingo halls, amusement arcades, casinos, snooker and pool halls will reopen from August 24 with appropriate hygiene measures.
It also wants driving lessons to resume on that day
The First Minister set September 14 as the indicative date for the reopening of gyms, swimming pools and indoor soft play centres.
This is due to be reviewed in three weeks to see if an earlier date can be set.
It is hoped entertainment sites and cultural venues such as theatres and live music venues will also reopen from the same date, with physical distancing in place.
September 14 is also the indicative date for a limited reopening of stadiums, with restricted numbers and physical distancing, and the Scottish Government said there is the option for testing on earlier dates where agreed.
Non-essential offices and call centres will not return before September 11, Ms Sturgeon said, and Scottish Government guidance indicates working from home and working flexibly remain the default.