An online crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise funds which will buy personal protective equipment (PPE) for medical teams across Scotland.
Britons have turned out for a third consecutive Thursday night for a nationwide round of applause in recognition of key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
A bagpiper has praised the “forgotten heroes” in the latest tribute to NHS staff across the country.
Dominic Raab has acknowledged that those working on the front lines to tackle coronavirus will be formally recognised.
An artist has applauded the NHS by creating an applique covered with the names of key workers.
NHS staff at the Nightingale Hospital North West in Manchester will see road markings appreciating their efforts as they go to and from the facility.
A father-of-two is hoping to raise half a million pounds for the NHS by camping in his back garden.
An Aberdeen jeweller has teamed up with the NHS to launch a gem of a competition for budding designers who find themselves stuck indoors.
Companies behind Cadbury chocolate and Lego are among a number of businesses manufacturing visors for frontline workers.
A flag celebrating the work of NHS workers across the country has been hoisted above a north-east town.
A total of 447 patients have died in Scotland after testing positive for coronavirus, up by 81 from 366 on Wednesday, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.
GP practices and pharmacies will remain open across Scotland on Good Friday and Easter Monday, the Health Secretary has confirmed.
The number of heart attack victims seeking emergency help has almost halved, with figures showing A&E visits dropped by nearly a third last month compared with a year ago.
An Aberdeen dentist is spending his spare time and equipment to create a face mask prototype to help with the ongoing shortage.
Facebook is providing more than 2,000 of its Portal video call devices to care home residents and patients to help them connect with loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic.
Boris Johnson’s condition is “improving” and he is now “sitting up in bed” after spending two nights in intensive care with coronavirus, the Chancellor has said.
Some 60% of deaths involving coronavirus in Scotland are people over the age of 75, new statistics suggest.
Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” as he remains in a stable condition in the intensive care unit where he is being treated for coronavirus, Downing Street has said.
Linda Lusardi has thanked the NHS staff who helped her recover from coronavirus after she was treated for the illness in intensive care.
Football fans on the frontline of the response to the coronavirus pandemic have been celebrated by loved ones and the Football League.
Ministers have cautioned it is still too soon to begin lifting the coronavirus lockdown, after Boris Johnson spent a second night in intensive care undergoing treatment for the disease.
The coronavirus outbreak has lead to an avalanche of health information being shared on TV, radio and the internet.
US President Donald Trump has threatened to cease sending US funds to the World Health Organisation (WHO), claiming that the international body “missed the call” on the coronavirus pandemic.
The NHS has launched a mental health hotline to offer support to hundreds of thousands of health workers on the frontline in the fight against coronavirus.
A family in Hampshire have decorated their house in Christmas lights as a tribute to NHS workers.
More than 2,000 student nurses have volunteered to support the coronavirus response, Scotland’s chief nursing officer (CNO) has said, while hundreds of doctors are graduating early to join the NHS.
“Recurrent safety risks” around clinical care at an embattled NHS trust’s maternity service have been identified in a report published on Tuesday.
Costcutter has built 20 pop-up stores in NHS hospitals to serve doctors and nurses who are unable to get to the shops.
Pressure has been piled on the Health Secretary to ensure hospitals have the oxygen capacity required to help coronavirus patients suffering from the worst symptoms.
The Duchess of Cornwall has thanked thousands of volunteers who will report for duty to help the NHS through the coronavirus crisis.