There are now 204 cases of coronavirus linked to a cluster in Aberdeen, the health board has confirmed.
NHS Grampian has so far identified 1044 close contacts, with the city in its second weekend of a local lockdown.
Scottish Government figures revealed another another 51 people in Scotland have tested positive for the virus in the last 24 hours.
While just under half of those cases (25) have been detected in the Grampian area, it is not yet known how many are linked to the city cluster.
Pubs, cafes and restaurants in the city remain closed, while residents have been told not to visit other people’s homes.
People who live there have also been told they should not travel more than five miles unless they have to, such as for work or education.
The restrictions in Aberdeen will be reviewed again on Wednesday.
Meanwhile eight cases each were discovered in Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Lanarkshire, four each in Lothian and Tayside and one additional case in Orkney.
There have been no deaths overnight among those who tested positive for the virus.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted: “Prevalence across Scotland remains low – and thankfully, another day of no deaths amongst confirmed cases.
“But these figures also tell us that the virus is most definitely still out there.”