Scots have been warned that the impact of the coronavirus pandemic could stretch out into the summer holidays if things do not improve.
Nicola Sturgeon says nobody in Scotland should be forced into making decisions on “do not resuscitate” forms as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Deliveries of essential food and medicine to Scots who are vulnerable to serious illness as a result of the coronavirus outbreak have begun.
Nicola Sturgeon became emotional after saying the first thing she wants to do once the Covid-19 lockdown is lifted is to hug her parents.
Nicola Sturgeon has said lifting lockdown measures “prematurely” would not prevent Scotland from suffering further economic damage.
A total of 126 patients have now died in Scotland after testing positive for coronavirus, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
A further 16 people have died in Scotland after contracting coronavirus, the first minister has announced.
The number of seriously ill coronavirus patients being admitted to intensive care will continue to rise for at least the next two to three weeks, Scotland’s First Minister warned, as she announced that 76 people have now died with the disease.
Three trade unions have asked the First Minister to intervene over “inconsistent” approaches by local authorities they claim are putting lives at risk during the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of people in Scotland who have died after being diagnosed with Covid-19 is 76, a rise of 16 on Tuesday, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
The number of coronavirus deaths in Scotland has increased by 13, the First Minister has announced.
The Scottish Events Campus (SEC) will be turned into a field hospital and cancer screening programmes will be paused to help the NHS respond to the coronavirus crisis, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
Coronavirus: Breast, bowel and cervical screenings put on hold and SECC to be transformed into hospital
One of Scotland's most popular venues is being transformed into an NHS hospital with room for up to 1,000 patients in order to deal with the coronavirus pandemic.
The Scottish Government is set to launch a new volunteer scheme for those who want to help during the pandemic.
Four weeks ago, the first case of Covid-19 was confirmed in Scotland – here is a look back at how the coronavirus crisis has escalated north of the border since.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has asked NHS staff to “come to Government” with issues and complaints rather than going to the media.
Nicola Sturgeon has wished Boris Johnson “a very speedy recovery” after the Prime Minister tested positive for coronavirus.
Estimated 65,000 Scots could have coronavirus as nation told to prepare for tough first weekend of lockdown
Health officials have estimated more than 65,000 people in Scotland could now have coronavirus.
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.
People found flouting social distancing rules will now face fines of up to £60 after Police Scotland received new powers to enforce the coronavirus lockdown.
Couples in lockdown with “time on their hands” should consider using contraception, Scotland’s chief medical officer has said.
‘Up to 50,000 infected’ as Scots face fines or prosecution for breaching lockdown rules ‘from today’
As many as 50,000 people across Scotland could already be infected with coronavirus, according to one of the country's top health experts.
A former adviser to Alex Salmond who was a witness for the defence during his trial has branded him a “creep”.
Nicola Sturgeon has assured frontline healthcare workers their safety is the “highest priority” amid problems distributing protective clothing and equipment.
Prince Charles said to be ‘very well’ as Nicola Sturgeon warns people against using Highlands and Islands as refuge from coronavirus
Nicola Sturgeon has warned people not to flock to Scotland's most remote places as a way to escape catching the coronavirus.
The Scottish Government is setting up its own expert advisory group to help in the Covid-19 battle, Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed.
Nicola Sturgeon has told Scots that staying at home is “the only way of saving lives” as the number of people infected with Covid-19 continues to grow.
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 handwash station has been set up outside a Highland shop as many premises are forced to shut in the fight against Covid-19.