News / 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic
Calls for Scotland to 'clean up the care sector' after concerns raised following coronavirus deaths.
Joleen Ritchie from Fraserburgh contracted coronavirus while she was awaiting further surgery to remove all four limbs.
The FM said lifting restrictions too quickly risks a second wave which would be 'economically counterproductive'.
The FM said proposals for at-school and at-home learning will not last 'a single second longer than necessary'.
UK's largest building materials group, which includes Wickes DIY chain, plans to close around 165 branches.
Gross domestic product plunged by 20.4%, the largest single month drop since records began in 1997.
The health secretary raised issues over communication between the devolved and UK governments over coronavirus.
The Care Inspectorate has written to a Falkirk care home over concerns including cleanliness and PPE.
Managers from 19 parks wrote to MPs and MSPs outlining strict safety and hygiene protocols have been implemented.
1800 employees told they are at risk of redundancy as company wide consultation process gets under way.
But figures from National Records of Scotland show weekly deaths fell to 89, their lowest level since March.
More than 500 roles are to be axed and 35 stores closed as business takes hit from coronavirus pandemic.
Job losses are expected across its head office in Glasgow and distribution centre in Bellshill.
Economy is forecast to shrink by 6.8% in 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said the 'unvalidated data' is linked to the 125 Covid incidents logged in hospitals.
Chief medical officer Dr Gregor Smith said evidence suggested community transmission in February.
Nicola Sturgeon announced a new expert group to study the effects of coronavirus on minority ethnic communities.
The FM said the latest R number - the reproduction rate of coronavirus - would be published on Thursday.
It takes the death toll including suspected Covid-19 cases to approaching 4000.
Pauline McIIroy is determined to return to the patients she loves at the Beatson cancer care centre in Glasgow.