UK's national statistician says people need to recognise 'that this is a virus that isn't going to go away' despite vaccine rollout.
Bill Mason qualified as a paramedic in 1986 and has decided to come of retirement to supervise at a mobile testing unit.
Ibrox boss says supporters 'must stay safe' as Rangers prepare to travel across Glasgow to face Celtic next weekend.
The death toll under this measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – is now 7508.
In the past 12 months, more than 9000 people have died in Scotland after contracting the virus.
The heath secretary said the death toll under the daily measurement now stands at 7500.
The First Minister updated parliament on the latest coronavirus statistics ahead of FMQs.
FM says expert advice does not yet support all high school students returning full-time to face-to-face learning.
The First Minister told Holyrood’s Covid-19 Committee the total death toll now stands at 7,461.
Chairman Douglas Park says Ibrox club 'at a loss' as to what more it could have done to limit title celebrations.
Local authority appeals for help in tracing families after recovering memorial plaques in aftermath of Rangers fans' celebrations.
Deputy first minister says all pupils and staff must wear coverings in classrooms, corridors and communal areas.
A total of 1,743,869 Scots have now received their first coronavirus vaccine, figures have shown.
Jason Leitch said he expects the rollout to be extended to youngsters in autumn AND winter.
Nicola Sturgeon hopes to make some 'relatively minor but important' changes to lockdown restrictions.
First Minister says number of cases is falling and country's vaccination programme is progressing extremely well.
The Chancellor set out a £65bn spending package to support the economy as it recovers from the pandemic.
Chancellor extends furlough scheme, raises corporation tax and freezes personal tax thresholds.
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.