The Scottish Government have confirmed a further 32 cases of swine flu.
Twenty-two of the new cases, confirmed on Tuesday, are from the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board area. The total number of confirmed cases in Scotland is now 264.
The other new swine flu cases are in in the Highlands (eight), Lanarkshire (one) and Lothian (one) health board areas.
The government also confirmed that there are 11 patients in hospital. Three patients - a 45-year-old man, a 38-year-old woman and a 23-year-old woman - remain in intensive care in the Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley and their conditions are unchanged.
Another two patients remain in high dependency units, one in the Royal Alexandra and another at the Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow.
Following confirmed cases in the NHS Highland area, children from a primary three class at Rothesay Primary School and a primary six class at Dunoon Primary School have been asked to stay at home for seven days and issued with Tamiflu.
In addition, four cases have been confirmed at Pollokshaws Day Nursery School in Glasgow. The nursery will close for seven days from Tuesday afternoon, while primary five pupils from Shawlands Primary School in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area have also been asked to stay at home for a week after a case of influenza A (H1N1) was confirmed.
There are eight healthcare workers among the confirmed cases, while 380 cases remain under investigation.
Health Secretary Nicola Sturgeon said: "The excellent response from our public health teams means new cases of the virus are being detected quickly.
"While this means we are still seeing relatively large increases in the number of confirmed cases, these remain confined for the most part to particular areas and many health boards are not reporting any rise in cases.
"Where new cases are being identified, Health Protection Scotland and public health officials are moving quickly to trace contacts and treat people appropriately. We are also continuing to plan and prepare for any future eventuality.”