The death toll from coronavirus in Scotland has risen by 56.
The latest Scottish Government figures show 893 people confirmed to have Covid-19 have died.
The number of confirmed cases of the virus has increased by 411 in the last 24 hours to 7820.
Counting the deaths of those suspected to have Covid-19 – tallied weekly by National Records of Scotland – the death toll in Scotland is nearly 1300.
However, the daily figures also show a small decline in both general hospital and intensive care (ICU) admissions.
There are 1793 patients with confirmed or suspected coronavirus in Scottish hospitals, a drop of six on the day before, and 182 in ICUs – a decrease of seven.
A total of 38,233 people in Scotland have been tested for the virus.
The UK-wide death toll from Covid-19 has now passed 15,000 after another 888 people died.
The National Records of Scotland registered a total of 962 deaths as of Sunday where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
There have been a further 327 deaths reported so far this week in the daily statistics, suggesting the most up-to-date total is at least 1289.
Cases, hospital and ICU admissions
NHS Tayside has become the third health board area in Scotland to report more than 1000 confirmed Covid-19 cases.
There are 1022 coronavirus patients in the Tayside region, a rise of 43 on the day before.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde is close to having 2000 confirmed cases, currently on 1905 (an increase of 111).
It also has the most people in hospital or intensive care with confirmed or suspected cases of the virus, with 593 patients in hospital and 65 in ICUs.
The second most confirmed cases in the country are in the Lothian area, with 1239 – up 67.
Fife has passed the 500 cases mark, on 514 (up 26), and there are 38 new cases reported by NHS Grampian, up to 432.
The Golden Jubilee National Hospital in Clydebank – managed by its own health board – is also treating ten patients with confirmed or suspected Covid-19, an increase of one.