Scotland has recorded a further 2137 cases of coronavirus over the past 24 hours.
On Saturday, the Scottish Government revealed 21,451 new tests reported results with 10.8% of them positive.
Since the start of the outbreak, a total of 127,453 people have tested positive for the deadly virus.
The daily figures for deaths, hospital admissions and intensive care cases will not be reported until January 5.
Despite all of mainland Scotland being in the highest tier of restrictions – and warnings to stay at home amid the rising number of cases – police still had to deal with Hogmanay revellers at landmarks including Edinburgh Castle.
The First Minister tweeted on Friday asking people to “take Covid seriously”.
She wrote: “Take Covid seriously” – three words that can’t be stressed enough just now. Please listen to this doctor.”