A further eight coronavirus deaths have been recorded in Scotland in the past 24 hours.
The death toll under this measure – of people who first tested positive for the virus within the previous 28 days – now stands at 7552.
A further 488 positive cases were also reported by the Scottish Government.
A total of 212,997 people have tested positive in Scotland since the start of the pandemic.
There were 367 people in hospital recently confirmed to have Covid-19 on Saturday, 30 fewer than on Friday.
Of these, 31 were in intensive care.
As of Saturday morning, a total of 2,085,525 people in Scotland have received their first dose of vaccine – an increase of 19,065 from the previous day – and 207,028 have received their second dose.
The latest figures come exactly one year since the First Minister addressed the nation saying that Covid-19 was “the biggest challenge of our lifetimes”.
On the same day, March 20, 2020, Boris Johnson told all cafes, pubs, bars, restaurants across the country to close.