Attendances at A&Es across Scotland have reached a record low for the second week running.
A 93-year-old man and his five-year-old neighbour have become unlikely friends, while the country will gather together in applause for Boris Johnson to wish him well in hospital.
Extra funding worth £5.5 million has been announced to help pharmacies stay open during the coronavirus epidemic, as their workloads have nearly doubled.
The Scottish Police Federation (SPF) has said a “rethink” of policing is needed as it set up an expert panel to provide advice on the risks coronavirus poses to officers.
A further 74 deaths from coronavirus have been officially recorded in Scotland as confirmed cases of the illness rise to 4,229.
People who refuse to leave public spaces during the current lockdown, when asked by police, will be forced to do so, the Met Police Commissioner has said.
The Queen has praised the “dedication to service” of nurses, midwives and other health workers during the coronavirus outbreak in a message to mark World Health Day.
The Sue Ryder charity is on the brink of closure and the country “will lose its hospices” without emergency funding, it has said.
The family of a “scared” 20-year-old British woman stranded in Honduras because of the coronavirus pandemic is calling on the Government to bring her home.
Boris Johnson, 55, is in intensive care at St Thomas’ Hospital. But just over a month ago he seemed relaxed about the possibility of being infected with coronavirus.
An NHS nurse says finding her engagement ring two-and-a-half years after losing it has given her renewed strength in difficult times.
Young children who play video games are more likely to weigh more as teenagers, according to new research.
The Scottish Government has announced a package of measures to support drug and alcohol addicts during the coronavirus outbreak.
Scotland’s interim chief medical officer has been announced, following the resignation of Dr Catherine Calderwood on Sunday.
The number of people who have died in Scotland after contracting coronavirus is 222, a rise of two from Sunday, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Pharmacists across Scotland have reported an increase in abusive and aggressive behaviour during the coronavirus pandemic.
The SEC will not be charging rent for the event centre to be used as an emergency hospital during the coronavirus crisis, the Health Secretary has said.
Three people have died after travelling on a cruise ship with coronavirus patients that has docked in Florida, authorities said.
The Church of England has begun one of the most important weeks in the Christian calendar with a virtual Palm Sunday service led by the Bishop of Manchester.
The Health Secretary has said the Government is on track to meet its goal of ventilator capacity for 18,000 patients, however he admitted that may not be in place before the expected peak of the virus.
Countries across Africa face a “complete collapse of economies and livelihoods” unless the spread of coronavirus can be controlled, a UN official has warned.
As a delivery driver for the NHS, Dave Holt is experiencing the most intense working conditions of his professional life.
Public sunbathing is not allowed in lockdown, the Health Secretary has said after people were pictured flouting coronavirus rules.
A four-year-old who had his birthday celebrations cancelled because of coronavirus has been cheered up by a visit from the boys in blue.
Another cruise ship with coronavirus patients on board has docked in Florida.
A former auxiliary nurse has said she would never be able to forgive herself if she did not return to help the NHS at its time of need.
Up to 4,000 prisoners in England and Wales are to be temporarily released from jail in an effort to try and control the spread of coronavirus.
A member of the armed forces has become the first confirmed coronavirus case on the Falkland Islands.
New guidance on treating patients with Covid-19 has sparked concerns from a care official that decisions will be made based solely on age.
Smokers face a greater risk from coronavirus and may also be chancing with the welfare of their loved ones, Public Health England has warned.