The number of deaths where Covid-19 is mentioned on the death certificate has risen by 51 in the last week, according to new figures.
The weekly National Records of Scotland (NRS) data shows 10,421 people have now died since the start of the pandemic from confirmed or suspected coronavirus.
Of the deaths recorded in the latest figures, which cover the period from August 2 to August 8, 15 were people aged under 65, including five who were between 15 and 44.
Thirteen people aged 65-74 also died during that week, along with 23 people over 75.
The vast majority of deaths (43) occurred in hospital, with three in care homes and five either at home or in another non-institutional setting.
Glasgow recorded the most deaths with eight, while seven occurred in North Lanarkshire and six in Dundee.