There have been 19 new cases of Covid-19 recorded in the last 24 hours, the Scottish Government has confirmed.
However, there have been no new deaths from people who have tested positive for the virus for the fourth consecutive day.
It means the death toll from confirmed cases remains at 2490 but, adding suspected cases, the figure stands at 4175.
The number of people receiving care in hospital, who either have coronavirus or are suspected to have it, is 563 – six of whom are in intensive care.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted: “Another day y’day with no registered deaths of people who had tested positive for Covid.
“19 new cases though – 12 more than yesterday. We can expect to see daily variation – but as on Friday, these are being closely examined.
“And it’s a reminder that the virus hasn’t gone away.”