James Stirrat turned his front garden into a stage and sang 'Bat Out Of Hell' to show support for frontline workers.
The Care Inspectorate said it was aware of a number of deaths at Crosslet House in Dumbarton.
The First Minister says the Scottish Government will not rush a lockdown exit.
Downing Street also said Prime Minister Boris Johnson is continuing his recovery from Covid-19.
The advice has been issued to help children's learning as the education secretary said schools will remain closed indefinitely.
A total of 12 deaths have been recorded in the past 24 hours, the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said.
The funny duo re-enact a check-in scene at the airport before landing in their own sunny back garden.
March saw a 400% increase in the number of pandemic-related counterfeit and fraud reports in Scotland.
Those returning to homes from hospital are not routinely tested but assumed to have coronavirus and put into isolation.
Construction at the Scottish Events Campus (SEC) in Glasgow was completed on Sunday.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the initiative would include a £500m investment fund for high-growth companies.
A report calls to extend the 80% wage replacement to employees who reduce their working hours to accommodate childcare.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said the ‘unprecedented job retention scheme will protect millions of jobs'.
The Macallan 1926 Fine and Rare 60 Year Old is expected to fetch more than £1m.
Projects across Scotland have been allocated funding to help people with food during the coronavirus crisis.
A charity's emergency fund will provide grants of up to £300 directly to carers.
Confirmed patient deaths from coronavirus rise to 903, with 8187 positive cases.
Downing Street has said 'it is a fact' that current guidelines 'do not allow for people going on holidays'.
The farmers spent three days to arrange the sheep to pay tribute to frontline workers during the coronavirus fight.
The charter flight from China carrying PPE touched down at Prestwick Airport on Saturday morning.