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A total of 1438 deaths involving Covid-19 in Scotland have taken place in care homes.
Latest weekly figures show 45% of coronavirus deaths in Scotland occurred in care homes.
The latest figures suggest people living in the most deprived areas are 2.3 times more likely to die with Covid-19.
Around 4000 foster families in Scotland look after nearly 5000 children and young people.
Private sector activity in Scotland fell at an unparalleled level in April, according to an RBS survey.
Boris Johnson set out the 'first careful steps' towards eventually lifting the lockdown.
Nicola Sturgeon branded the message 'vague and imprecise' and told Scots the advice is still 'stay at home'.
The First Minister announced people can go outside for exercise as many times a day as they like from Monday.
The death toll of confirmed coronavirus cases in Scotland is 1857.
Stirling University scientists will look at how the easing the lockdown could work for licensed premises.
Proposed legislation will mean students unable to take their place in halls will not be held liable.
Tynecastle chair Ann Budge said 'self-interest' and fear over losing the Sky contract had played a role.
The Scottish Retail Consortium highlighted plans to reopen garden centres in England and Wales.
A study has found more people are open to seeking medical help than they were two weeks earlier.
The STUC has written to the UK Government accusing it of 'mixed messages and confusing briefings'.
Confirmed cases of the virus have risen by 156 to stand at 13,305.
People could be allowed to spend more time outdoors if regulations are altered by the Scottish Government.
Academics propose a new independent body be set up to prepare for future pandemics.
Confirmed and suspected Covid-19 deaths now number more than 3000, but more than 3000 people have recovered from the virus.
Holyrood's education committee has raised concerns over the new grading system to replace cancelled exams.