More than 23,000 people received their first dose of the coronavirus vaccine in the last 24 hours, figures have shown.
The latest government statistics revealed a total of 404,038 people have received their first coronavirus vaccination, with 23,371 receiving their first dose on Saturday.
The figures also stated that 5383 people have received their second dose.
It follows comments made by the First Minister on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, during which she said 95% of care home residents have now been vaccinated.
Nicola Sturgeon said: “We took a deliberate decision in line with JCVI advice to focus initially on vaccinating older residents of care homes.”
She continued: “I heard Matt Hancock on the programme earlier say that about three quarters of care home residents in England had been vaccinated, in Scotland that figure right now is 95% of care home residents.”
The First Minister said this approach was more “resource intensive” and Scotland was now “rapidly catching up” on vaccinating over-80s in the community.
She added: “We’re all working to the same targets, overall I think we will see that we all are making good progress through this vaccination programme.”
Sunday’s figures released by the Scottish Government stated there were 1195 new cases of Covid-19 reported, with 2011 in hospital with the virus.
Of that number, 157 people were in intensive care, a decrease of two from Saturday.
The total number of deaths after confirmed coronavirus in Scotland now stands at 5705 after one death was reported on Sunday.
Reported deaths from coronavirus are typically lower on weekends as register offices are usually closed.