Passengers on the flight used by the three individuals from London to Aberdeen are being contacted.
As of 8.30am on Sunday, 1,593,695 people have received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
Prince William warns against 'rumours and misinformation' on social media about coronavirus jabs
The death toll under this measurement – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – is now 7129.
Staff at University Hospital Crosshouse believe it will take several months before they see any reduction in their workload.
During Friday’s coronavirus briefing, Jeane Freeman said the total number of deaths now stands at 7111.
National clinical director says younger secondary school pupils could return sooner if virus prevalence declines.
Professor Mark Woolhouse tells Holyrood committee that actual number of positive cases never fell below 500.
Concerns have been raised that businesses cannot adequately plan to reopen under the new measures.
The National Records of Scotland said 9347 people have died of confirmed or suspected coronavirus.
Tourism and hospitality groups express frustration after First Minister updates Parliament on roadmap out of lockdown.
Scotland will return to a regional levels system from the last week of April if virus suppression continues.
Nicola Sturgeon will update Parliament on the Scottish Government's plan to gradually lift coronavirus restrictions.
Mechelle Smith says being on a ventilator while pregnant with her third child was the scariest time of her life.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says the whole population may be vaccinated by end of July 'if we have the supplies'.
Experts found those who have had their first dose reduced their risk of hospitalisation by up to 94%.
Children in early years education and the first three years of primary have returned to class full-time.
Jim Brown passed away with Covid-19 while his wife Liz is being cared for by their daughter as she recovers from the virus.
Deputy first minister John Swinney outlines plans ahead of a phased return to classrooms from Monday.
Workers at XPO Logistics in North Lanarkshire self-isolating after testing positive for Covid-19.