Police Scotland investigating reports of concern over the care of residents at Millport Care Centre on Great Cumbrae.
John and Mary Stevenson first met in 1946, but the couple have been seperated since June due to the pandemic.
From this week care home residents are allowed to have two designated visitors each.
National Records of Scotland figures show a 62% reduction in care home deaths over last three weeks.
Doreen Tilly's family said she could be seen crying for help at her window.
Residents of Meallmore Lodge have already had their first round of vaccine.
Crown Office unit investigating deaths at Tor Na Dee care home in Aberdeen.
Care home staff have been targeted in a 'despicable' misinformation campaign, according to First Minister and chief medical officer.
Members of staff at Glencairn House in Auchterarder take action after annual pantomime trip is cancelled.
Annie Innes, 90, becomes the first care home resident in Scotland to get the Pfizer/BioNTech jab.
June Crawford and Ella Boyle hug each other for the first time since being separated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Scottish Care chief executive warns there will be 'very many challenges' this winter.
Two deaths involving coronavirus were logged in the week ending September 6, both in hospitals.
It follows revelations that 37 patients with coronavirus were transferred to care homes in March and April.
From July 3, a single visitor can visit a care home resident in the garden provided the home is Covid-free.
The Care Inspectorate has written to a Falkirk care home over concerns including cleanliness and PPE.
More than 11,000 care home workers have been tested of Scotland's 50,000-strong workforce.
Think tank report outlines failures leading to coronavirus-related deaths in care homes across the country.
Former PM is urging Scottish and UK governments to convene virtual summit on test, trace and isolate strategy.
Coronavirus testing in Scotland has also been extended to anyone over the age of five with symptoms.