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Up to two visitors are jointly able to see their loved ones, but ward 7C remains closed due to a small number of Covid cases.
Latest Scottish Government figures show another 41 coronavirus-linked deaths in the past 24 hours.
Fresh allegations that two further parties were held at Downing Street the night before Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.
Business growth and confidence hit due to increasing cost pressures and caution over future investment and employment.
Deputy first minister tells Covid-19 Recovery Committee the scheme is a 'completely reasonable request for us to make'.
Amy Hessen said she felt obligated to follow the restrictions during the UK’s first Covid lockdown.
NHS Lanarkshire will only assess the most serious cases for the next four weeks.
World number one men's tennis player took part in an interview and photoshoot for French newspaper L’Equipe.
Organisers of large events of 1000 or more people must check the vaccine passport status of 50% of attendees.
The Scottish Government has announced plans to pump £500,000 into funding remote monitoring kits.
Metropolitan Police in contact with officials over claims of lockdown-busting drinks in Downing Street garden.
Boris Johnson's principal private secretary reportedly told 100 Downing Street staff to 'bring your own booze' for evening gathering.
A quarter of cancers in the UK have an average five-year survival rate of just 16% and are often diagnosed late in hospital.
Nicola Sturgeon will address MSPs amid signs the spread of the Omicron variant is 'starting to slow' across Scotland.
A total of 1382 people were in hospital on Saturday with recently confirmed Covid-19, an increase of 20 overnight.
Heath secretary Humza Yousaf said the move could 'endanger public health' as the fight against Covid goes on.
The SPAA said there has been a surge in holiday enquiries and bookings since travel changes were announced on Thursday.
A total of 1362 people were in hospital on Friday with recently confirmed Covid-19, an increase of 39.
The JCVI said there is currently no need to introduce a fourth jab for the most vulnerable.
Garry O'Donnell felt helpless at being unable to visit his wife in hospital when she fell seriously ill with coronavirus.