Scotland has applauded its NHS staff and other key workers for the eighth consecutive week during the coronavirus crisis.
Once again, as part of the Clap for our Carers campaign, people have taken to their doorsteps to show gratitude to the country’s doctors, nurses, supermarket workers, delivery drivers and countless others.
Scots showed their appreciation in typical loud fashion at 8pm on Thursday as they cheered, applauded and whacked pots and pans.
Many even continued a trend of using musical instruments in the rousing tribute, from violins and guitars to trumpets and tubas.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was out again, showing her appreciation for key workers across the country.
The first national applause took place on Thursday, March 26 and has been observed consistently in the weeks that have followed.