Stirling has been placed into level three of the new restrictions system which will come into place from Monday morning at 6am.
The measure was announced by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon during a statement to Holyrood on Thursday afternoon.
The third level keeps restrictions at a broader similar level to those currently in place across the region, with a change that will allow hospitality business to re-open and sell food at limited times, although they will still be unable to sell alcohol on their premises.
Under level three, indoor mixing is banned, while groups of six people from a maximum of two households are permitted to meet outside and in public places including hospitality premises.
The recommendation of no travel out of the area except for essential reasons will also remain in place under the third level, but close-contact services including hairdressers, barbers and beauticians will be allowed to stay open under additional measures.
The restrictions come into place as a further 37 deaths from people with a positive Covid-19 test were confirmed across Scotland in the past 24 hours.
A total of 1,128 positive cases were recorded, with 1,152 people in hospital across Scotland - with 86 of those in intensive care.