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MSPs are due to vote on Nicola Sturgeon’s vaccine certification proposals next week.
Schoolchildren in Dundee are blowing the Covid blues away by playing woodwind instruments in the playground.
The ex-crime squad officer is now a contact tracer fighting the spread of coronavirus alongside pilots and cinema workers.
The new strain first detected in Kent rapidly spread throughout the country.
Survey estimates one in 11 people in Scotland had Covid-19 antibodies in December.
The country's NHS, economy, government and political system have had to adjust to an ever-changing pandemic.
Medical leaders have warned that the health service could be facing a 'perfect storm of challenges' this winter.
AstraZeneca chief has raised hopes their vaccine is more effective than first thought.
The latest daily figures have been published by the Scottish Government.
The R number is likely hovering around one again, Nicola Sturgeon said.
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and East Lothian are due to change tier at 6pm.
Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and East Lothian will move to level three on Friday.
Nearly two-thirds of cases occurred in a three-week period between late September and early October.
People with a history of 'significant' allergic reactions should not have the coronavirus jab.
The latest daily figures have been confirmed by the Scottish Government.
Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire are in level two but are being closely monitored by the Scottish Government.
Scotland is to receive 65,500 doses of the newly-approved Pfizer/BioNTech jab in the coming days.
Testing trials are being carried out in communities in central and western parts of Scotland.
The move has been described as 'a significant step' in getting the jab approved.
The 'safest way' for people to spend Christmas is to remain in their own household, the First Minister said.