Scots have been warned they face six more months of anti-Covid measures with new restrictions on household gatherings and hospitality to be announced shortly.
Dr Gregor Smith
The First Minister has confirmed she would not rule out a further extension of lockdown measures in Aberdeen.
Fears of excess cancer deaths during Covid crisis leads to plea for those with chronic coughs to contact their doctor
People with lung cancer symptoms are being urged to contact their doctors, amid fears that signs of the disease are being ignored during the coronavirus crisis.
Face coverings to become compulsory in shops from next week as physical distancing is relaxed in attempt to boost economy
Face coverings are to be compulsory in Scottish shops from the end of next week, as physical distancing is relaxed in retail and hospitality sectors as well as public transport.
Scotland's interim chief medical officer Dr Gregor Smith has warned coronavirus is “here to stay” and new methods must be found to protect the public against it.