NHS Grampian says 18-39-year-olds will start to receive vaccine appointments from Saturday.
Despite shoppers' return to the high street, compared with April 2019 numbers remain less than half.
Easy-to-access systems are in place so that both students and staff can pick-up the at-home kits at their convenience.
Door-to-door testing is being 'heavily considered' for Elgin, the epicentre of the outbreak.
The Scottish Government also confirmed that 2,833,761 Scots have received their first dose of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Death toll under the daily measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – remains at 7660.
More than 10,000 deaths have been registered in Scotland where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
CBI Scotland wants UK and Scottish governments to give more details about how and when coronavirus restrictions will be eased.
One in six Scottish shop premises now lies empty, according to Scottish Retail Consortium.
Snooker halls, nightclubs and gig venues say they'll take legal action unless they get answers on reopening dates.
Public buildings will be lit up purple to pay tribute to people who got infected with Covid-19 in work and died as a result.
Survey suggests the coronavirus pandemic may have long-term repercussions for the country’s public transport.
Pubs, retailers and wedding operators warn the picture is not as bright as it may seem after the latest lockdown easing in Scotland.
Pratima Mukhopadhyay and her daughter Sohini are worried about their relatives thousands of miles away.
Hundreds of demonstrators gathered at George Square in Glasgow on Saturday.
The death total in Scotland now stands at 7651 under the daily measurement.
National clinical director says officials are working on a 'digital solution' but says we 'dont want to burst what we've achieved'.
Scheme would enable UK residents travelling overseas to prove they have been vaccinated or recently tested.
A total of 10,057 people have died in Scotland with confirmed or suspected coronavirus.
GDP remains 7.4% lower than before the pandemic, the figures estimate.