A round-up of the most up-to-date and useful information on the coronavirus outbreak in Scotland.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced the move earlier this week as a result of the outbreak.
A letter was sent to workers at the Coylumbridge Hotel in Aviemore on Thursday.
Speaking on Scotland Tonight, Janis Marshall put the question to professor Jason Leitch.
One Dundee nursery is waiving registration fees and offering care on an hourly basis.
Prosecutor tells court the former first minister abused his position to satisfy his desires.
McGill’s Buses - which operates more than 110 routes - will be operating emergency timetables from Monday.
The Glasgow festival's bosses said they will continue to monitor the situation.
Just eight days ago the rates were cut from 0.75% to 0.25%.
The Glasgow University students have had their work placements cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
John Swinney told MSPs that coursework, existing grades and prior attainment will be used to assess grades.
A £400,000 sum has been granted to Fare Share, who collect fresh, in date and good to eat food and share it with charities.
A little Scottish girl calls herself a President and gives out coronavirus updates.
Evidence concludes at the former first minister's trial with speeches due on Thursday afternoon.
Diane Barnes said there were mixed messages coming from leaders over what mums to be should do.
A total of 266 cases of Covid-19 are confirmed in Scotland as of 9am, the First Minister told MSPs.
Education secretary will set out the finer details of imminent school closures later.
Scotland's 1250 pharmacies are facing a 'tidal wave of demand' due to the outbreak.
Findings from Oil and Gas UK suggest 2020 could be the first year when demand for oil diminishes since 2009.