With the Covid-19 vaccination programme now under way, we've put together a collection of Covid vaccine tracker charts to monitor the progress of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout across the UK.
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Almost 1,000 patients were definitely or probably infected with coronavirus while in hospital during the first three weeks of January, data shows.
The Scottish Government has been urged to do more to protect patients from catching coronavirus after another record week of infections on hospital wards.
Jeane Freeman has rejected as "absolute nonsense" claims the Scottish Government spent days "plotting how to spin" a report on hospital patients being discharged into care homes.
The Scottish Tories have accused ministers of spinning a report into hospital discharges to care homes, a claim the Health Secretary has branded “nonsense”.
New diagnoses of HIV in gay and bisexual men have fallen by 20% since the introduction of the PrEP prevention pill programme in 2017, research shows.
A record number of patients were infected with coronavirus while already in hospital during the first full week of January, figures show.
The third lowest number of A&E attendances was recorded last month as Scotland entered a new lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
Delayed discharges from hospitals have reduced almost 30% year-on-year.
A new campaign is urging over-40s who have developed a new or persistent cough, but tested negative for Covid-19, to contact their GP.
Shielding advice for the most vulnerable Scots may have offered only "relatively modest" additional protection from coronavirus and less stringent measures may have delivered similar results, according to a new report.
A North Sea platform has been shut down due to a number of coronavirus infections.
Collecting more data on how vaccines are being distributed would slow the roll-out down, according to Scotland's clinical director.
Cancer survival rates in Scotland have improved by 2% according to Public Health Scotland (PHS) analysis.
The average waiting period for high court trials has doubled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Scotland’s R number could be as high as 1.4, Nicola Sturgeon warned as she said another 64 coronavirus-related deaths had been confirmed in the past day.
More patients were definitely or probably infected with Covid-19 while in hospital during the second wave of coronavirus, according to official figures.
Operations due to take place during November were almost 40% below the number scheduled the previous year, the latest NHS Scotland figures show.
A&E attendances dropped by almost 3,000 in the week over Christmas to the lowest level since mid-May.
Almost one in 10 of those on the list for help over a drug or alcohol problem have been waiting five weeks or more.
New figures showing a “worrying drop” in the number of Scots starting cancer treatment have led to calls for Government action.
More than half of patients suffering from chronic pain have been waiting longer than the target time for an appointment, new figures show.
John Swinney has defended his decision not to extend the school holidays this Christmas.
Here are the latest weekly rates of new cases of Covid-19 for every local authority area in Scotland.
The Scottish Government has been challenged to take urgent action to tackle “intolerable” waiting times for specialist mental health services for children and young people.
Charity bosses have said they are "hugely concerned" over the rise in suicides as new figures reveal Aberdeenshire recorded its highest rate since 2004.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed calls for an immediate public inquiry into coronavirus in care homes after being urged to "fill in the blanks" of a delayed report that grieving families criticised for providing too few answers.
Calls are growing for a public inquiry to be held into the discharge of dozens of Covid-19-positive patients into care homes from hospitals across Scotland.
Almost 80 patients who tested positive for Covid-19 were transferred from Scottish hospitals to care homes in the weeks immediately before and after lockdown, a new report has revealed.
Scotland’s National Clinical Director has said it is “not impossible” that Covid spread will lead to school closures or entire classes self-isolating.