When and where will the speech take place?
The First Minister will be addressing the Scottish Parliament just after 2pm on Tuesday.
How can I watch it?
There will be a live stream of the speech that can be watched on Scottish Parliament TV.
Live updates can also be found on the coronavirus blog.
What will Nicola Sturgeon say?
Unlike Boris Johnson’s lockdown announcement, the First Minister is unlikely to name specific dates for specific loosening of restrictions.
She stressed at her daily briefing that the easing of lockdown will be slow and cautious, adding: “We know we cannot continue in lockdown indefinitely and we must plan a gradual phased return to as much normality as possible.
“The restrictions we have put in place are difficult for individuals, families and businesses across Scotland, but they are working.
“This means we can begin to consider how, carefully and gradually, we can return to some normality in Scotland."
Ms Sturgeon did say that there would be similarities between England’s model and the one Scotland would implement, but warned that due to the differences in cases, it would vary at certain points, though was not specific.
She added that the priority was getting children and young people back to school as soon as possible, and that the effect on cases as more children return to school buildings will be assessed to determine the rate of lockdown easing.