First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed a further eight people have died in Scotland as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, taking the total to 33.
Nicola Sturgeon has assured frontline healthcare workers their safety is the “highest priority” amid problems distributing protective clothing and equipment.
The First Minister of Wales has called on the UK Government to “urgently” put support for self-employed workers in place.
Nicola Sturgeon tells Scottish businesses: ‘If you aren’t helping coronavirus fight, send workers home’
Nicola Sturgeon has told employers who have remained open following the coronavirus-enforced lockdown of Scotland to send workers home unless they are key to "economic resilience" or aiding the fight against the pandemic.
A further patient in Wales who tested positive for coronavirus has died, bringing the country’s total to 17.
Funerals will be restricted to immediate family members, weddings are being cancelled and gatherings of more than two people are being banned as Scotland is put into lockdown.
Shops selling “non-essential” goods have been ordered to close as Boris Johnson took dramatic steps to combat the spread of Covid-19.
Shops except for pharmacies and food retailers could be ordered to shut their doors under measures being considered by the UK’s leaders.
Four more people have died after testing positive for Covid-19 in Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon has said, taking the death toll to 14.
Scottish death toll rises amid warning thousands are now infected as nation told to adapt to ‘life in this new world’
Scots have been told that their lives cannot cannot carry on as normal and to adapt to a "new world" as the coronavirus pandemic takes hold.
Nicola Sturgeon says emergency powers to prevent the spread of coronavirus will be in place "within days".
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has told the public that coronavirus advice should be treated as a set of rules and “shouldn’t be seen as optional”.
A police and crime commissioner has called for “lockdowns” in rural Wales to stop self-isolationists and tourists flooding in.
Nicola Sturgeon has asked all restaurants, cafes, pubs and cinemas in Scotland to close, in the latest bid to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
All schools in Scotland are to close at the end of this week, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
A second patient in Scotland diagnosed with Covid-19 has died, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
Nicola Sturgeon said she is surprised by the speed coronavirus is spreading and warned we are “on the cusp of a rapid acceleration”, as she urged the public to follow advice about reducing social contact.
Measures brought in to tackle the spread of coronavirus will “change life as we know it”, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned of disruption to people’s day-to-day lives due to the outbreak of coronavirus in Scotland.
Mass gatherings are to be cancelled in Scotland to delay the outbreak of coronavirus as the UK moved from containment to a delay phase.
The Scottish Greens have announced they are cancelling their spring conference due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Large gatherings are to be cancelled in a bid to delay the outbreak of coronavirus, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Michael Gove has suggested the Scottish Government “should focus on delivery of its significant domestic responsibilities” after a request to retest the question used in the 2014 independence referendum.
Scotland’s First Minister has said world leaders have a “massive responsibility” over their public messaging on coronavirus, in the wake of comments from the US president.
A prolonged coronavirus pandemic could force emergency services to only respond to “critical” calls, trigger school closures and restrict the movement of people in Scotland.
Scotland’s hospitals are capable of treating more than 200,000 coronavirus patients but some operations would have to be cancelled in the case of a rapid outbreak, according to NHS Scotland.
Nicola Sturgeon has defended the Scottish Government’s record on education as she denied there was a lack of transparency in the publication of an analysis of exam results.
A call has been made for Aberdeen residents to get involved in tackling gender inequality.
The First Minister has called for a meeting with Boris Johnson on immigration policy following reform proposals from Westminster.
Government staff took more than 4,000 flights last year at the same time Holyrood declared a “climate emergency”, figures have shown.