Scotland has recorded 60 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.
The latest Scottish Government figures revealed there have now been no deaths related to the virus for the last 23 days but the total number of confirmed cases is now 18,950.
A total number of 261 people are currently being treated in hospital with three in intensive care.
The total number of Covid-19 deaths in Scotland remains at 2491.
The Scottish Government said the newest case figure represents 1.3% of newly tested individuals across the country.
The latest report comes as Aberdeen is spending its first weekend back in lockdown following an outbreak of coronavirus in the city.
Cases linked to the city’s growing cluster increased to 110 on Saturday with 643 close contacts identified.
The Covid cluster is believed to have started in busy bars in the city centre last week.
Players from Aberdeen Football Club have been condemned by the First Minister after team mates went to a bar at the weekend.
Two players have since tested positive for the virus, with six others self-isolating.
Bars and restaurants have been forced to close as a result of the lockdown, with many concerned about their future.
At Friday’s briefing, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: “I am pretty furious about this situation because it shouldn’t have happened.”