Fife Council’s Trading Standards service highlighted that sanitiser is being marketed in plain or unmarked bottles.
Here's what you need to know about the Covid-19 outbreak after another day of rapid developments.
A community group in Dundee is working to ensure no one is struggling during the outbreak.
The Tynecastle club are taking steps to deal with 'unprecedented and challenging times' due to coronavirus.
Anthony Ralston is the alleged victim of a collision with accused Ross Craig during February last year.
Advice said the key concern at ceremonies was to 'minimise social contact'.
The Scottish Government said the coronavirus outbreak is an 'economic emergency'.
Nicola Sturgeon confirmed they have now lost too many staff to continue as normal.
A third person in Scotland diagnosed with Covid-19 has died as cases rise by 32.
The PM has been urged to announce a 'financial package for people' to support them through the coronavirus outbreak.
Around 200 pupils from Dunnottar Primary School in Aberdeenshire have been told not to come in.
Nairn County, saved by its supporters in 2016, has turned its attention to the community in these trying times.
Swathes of people could be seen queuing at supermarkets in different parts of the country.
All the developments as 'life changes as we know it' due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A round-up of the most up-to-date and useful information on the coronavirus outbreak in Scotland.
Demand for sanitiser is ‘critical’ according to an organisation which represents independent care providers.
The fast food chain said UK and Ireland sites will only be open for takeaways and deliveries.
The measures are part of a huge economic stimulus package announced by the UK Government.
The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland said it was time for the 'institution to play its part'.