Today's latest coronavirus news and updates from across Scotland as it happens.
The First Minister said it became clear on Sunday night that chief medical officer Dr Catherine Calderwood had to go.
Scotland's chief medical officer resigned last night after twice visiting her second home during the coronavirus lockdown.
More than 100 health professionals have signed a letter to the Scottish Government.
Justice minister Humza Yousaf said the young people have been in isolation.
The Prime Minister was taken into intensive care after his coronavirus symptoms worsened on Monday.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab will now 'deputise' for the Prime Minister 'where necessary'.
The Scottish secretary thanked the armed forces after they airlifted patients from Orkney and Shetland.
Ministers have revealed new guidelines for the construction industry during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The Edinburgh South MP quit the role in 2016 over disagreements with then Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The Coronavirus (Scotland) Bill had been unanimously agreed to in Holyrood on Thursday.
The Prime Minister had a 'comfortable' night after being admitted with persistent Covid-19 symptoms.
The new Labour leader has called for the Scottish Parliament to get more powers part of a move to a federal system of government.