A round-up of the most up-to-date and useful information on the coronavirus outbreak in Scotland.
Residents of Highgate Care Home in Uddingston are being monitored and infection control measures are in place.
Murrayfield bosses have set up a hardship fund to help grassroots clubs facing challenges while sport shuts down.
Cases of coronavirus in Scotland rise as First Minister Nicola Sturgeon speaks on mass gathering advice.
The Scottish Government has advised reduced contact for the elderly but not complete social isolation.
Those with 'mild' symptoms of Covid-19 should no longer seek medical help unless their condition deteriorates.
Supermarkets and shops across Scotland have been affected by bulk buying during the crisis.
A host of measures have been announced as part of the support package for businesses.
Cases of coronavirus in the country have risen from 85 to 121, an increase of 36.
Airlines cancel flights to Spain and Poland in response to coronavirus measures in other countries.
Edinburgh Airport could be facing three months without passengers.
Chief medical officer Catherine Calderwood announces first Covid-19 death in the Lothian area.
Unite the Union has warned of further job losses at Scottish airports amidst the Covid-19 outbreak.
The Milngavie shop is selling the product at cost price amid stockpiling panic.
The figures show a jump in Covid-19 cases from 60 to 85.
The Celtic boss says sport is secondary to the human cost of coronavirus.
National clinical director Prof Jason Leitch says slowing down Covid-19's spread will ease pressure on the NHS.
Events which have been cancelled or postponed due to the recent spread of Covid-19.
The SFA and SPFl have taken the decision to cancel all games with immediate effect.
The match has been postponed, along with all other matches in the Europa League and Champions League.