More than half of British firms who have made changes to their business model in response to the Covid-19 outbreak expect to keep them for the long term, while a quarter believed they will be made permanent.
The Scottish Government "cannot rule out" imposing greater restrictions if the spike in coronavirus cases continues, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
A health expert who is part of a group of scientists advising the UK Government on the coronavirus pandemic is hopeful a vaccine could be available by Christmas or next spring.
The pace of the UK’s economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic has slowed considerably and is far below what experts had hoped for, new figures show.
The number of Scottish rail journeys taking place has dropped 95% amid the pandemic – with passenger numbers across the country now at their lowest level since the mid-1800s.
Police, NHS, university and council launch joint investigation as Covid-19 cases at Aberdeen university hit 142
A total of 142 cases of Covid-19 have now been identified within the university's student population.
MPs have launched an inquiry to scrutinise the Government response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Council chiefs have warned the pandemic has left costs spiralling across the board and has “blown away” their ability to balance the books.
Indoor pubs and restaurants in north-east barred from selling alcohol and face 6pm curfew under new coronavirus restrictions
Indoor bars and restaurants in the north-east will no longer be able to serve alcohol and must close by 6pm, Nicola Sturgeon has announced.
What to expect from a busy day at the Scottish Parliament as Nicola Sturgeon prepares to announce new coronavirus restrictions
Tougher restrictions are on the way for Scotland today as the country battles to slow the spread of coronavirus.
In reply to Mr Sinclair’s observation of hysteria surrounding the present pandemic, I must confess I see no hysteria, just a measured response to a pandemic which threatens to overwhelm medical services.
Nicola Sturgeon has warned care homes are being affected by a “rising tide” of coronavirus as she confirmed the easing of restrictions has been postponed again.
Boris Johnson has made it clear that his father should have followed coronavirus restrictions after he was seen shopping without a face covering.
Restrictions across the north of England may be pushing down the growth of the coronavirus epidemic, the leader of a large-scale Covid-19 study has said.
Early results from the largest Covid-19 study in England show around one in 200 people were infected with coronavirus.
Boris Johnson’s father said he was “extremely sorry” after he was pictured shopping without wearing a face covering.
The Prime Minister advocated “local solutions” to tackle the virus, which has so far seen nearly a third of the UK under some form of restriction, but warned it remained a national threat.
Older people who were advised to shield at the start of the pandemic suffered high levels of depression and anxiety over worries about food and essentials, a new study has found.
More than 100 hospitality businesses in the UK – including pubs, restaurants and hotels – have written to the Prime Minister warning that thousands of jobs will be lost if businesses do not survive “this bleakest of winters”.
Experts have warned the Government’s daily figures on coronavirus infections must improve in order to identify clear trends, as the UK sees the highest daily figure for cases since the outbreak began.
A soldier who served in Afghanistan has left the Army to become a paramedic following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Scotland has recorded the highest daily total of coronavirus cases since the pandemic began, new figures have shown.
A further 465 people across Scotland have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the past 24 hours, with 19 new cases in the north-east.
A further 486 people across Scotland have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the past 24 hours, with 19 new cases in the north-east.
New Covid-19 restrictions for Scotland see household gatherings banned, curfew for pubs and employees told to work from home if they can
Household visits will be banned across Scotland from tomorrow, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced at Holyrood.
A further 385 people across Scotland have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the past 24 hours.
Doctors are urging the Government to introduce stronger coronavirus measures in England to drive down case numbers and avoid another national lockdown.
High streets across England are set to benefit from a £95 million government-funded scheme to help them recover from declining footfall and the impact of Covid-19.
As flu season nears, people will be trying to distinguish between the symptoms of a common cold and flu and those of Covid-19.
North-east charity manager ‘deeply concerned’ over vulnerable children abused or neglected in their homes
We know that the shockwaves of the coronavirus pandemic have been difficult for many people in different ways, and we want to make it clear that as we move from crisis to recovery, we’re still here for children.