Including suspected coronavirus cases, the death toll in Scotland has now risen above 2000.
However there are still 55% fewer accident and emergency patients compared to this period last year.
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon took part in the UK-wide tribute at 11am on Tuesday.
This family of music lovers didn't want to miss out on this year's festival and made their own version at home.
We take a look at the statistics showing Covid-19's spread throughout the country.
It takes the official death toll in the country to 1262, although including suspected cases it is around 2000.
Justice secretary Humza Yousaf said Ramadan will be 'challenging' as it usually involves social interaction.
Official Covid-19 deaths stand at 1184, but counting suspected cases the death toll is around 1900.
The Scottish Government has stressed it won't lift any restrictions yet, and people will need to 'live with' coronavirus.
The 'Tonyvator' shows his Twitter followers how to keep fit during lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon said lockdown restrictions could be reduced in an 'incremental' way - but put back in place if Covid-19 cases rise.
There have still been no deaths linked to coronavirus in the Western Isles.
It follows weekly figures which show a third of deaths involving Covid-19 occurred in care homes.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said 1813 patients with the virus have been discharged since March 5.
The latest weekly figures from the National Records of Scotland go up to Sunday, April 19.
Abdul Rashid Daud's family thanked the NHS for 'genuinely caring' and risking their lives for their father.
Edinburgh Napier University launched a game to prepare nursing students and health care workers combatting coronavirus.
PD Bono showed off his jumping skills by taking part in the popular online trend.
The former Wet Wet Wet frontman filmed a rendition of 'With A Little Help From My Friends' for Sam Emmonds.
During the lockdown volunteers in Aberfeldy have been preparing more than 200 meals a day for older residents.