Deaths from coronavirus have risen by 11 in Scotland in the past 24 hours, the Scottish Government has announced.
Daily data released on Saturday also shows an increase of 1,433 cases since Friday, a positivity rate of 8.7% of tests done.
Again, Greater Glasgow and Clyde saw the highest increase in new cases with 524, followed by 321 in Lanarkshire, 174 in Ayrshire and Arran and 166 in Lothian.
All four health board areas are subject to tougher restrictions on hospitality as a result of a spike in cases in recent weeks.
The number of people with coronavirus in Scotland’s hospitals has also increased by 16 to 985.
Intensive care admissions have also gone up by eight and stand at 84.
The new figures come as the Scottish Government announced a new five-tier system designed to tackle the virus, breaking the country up into localities where restrictions will vary depending on the prevalence of the virus.
Ranging from as close to normal without a vaccine in Level 0 to Level 4, which would resemble – but fall short of – a full lockdown, the protection levels will be debated in the Scottish Parliament next week and will come into effect on November 2.
Schools will remain open in all levels but will use tougher protection measures in different tiers, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday.
However, socialising will shift based on the different levels, ranging from no indoor socialising and six people from two households in Level 4 to eight people from three households indoors and 15 people from five households outdoors in Level 0.