The death toll from Covid-19 in Scotland has risen to 40 from 33 while there are 1245 cases - up 186.
Total patient deaths from coronavirus have risen to 33, and confirmed cases are up by 165 to 1059.
Police Scotland posted an image online of four people breaching new Covid-19 social distancing laws.
The Glasgow site is under consideration to give the NHS extra capacity to treat coronavirus patients.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak described the support package as 'the next step in the economic fight' against Covid-19.
Nicola Sturgeon confirmed 894 cases of coronavirus and 25 patient deaths as of 9am on Thursday.
Chief medical officer Dr Catherine Calderwood revealed sites are being considered for such a facility.
The country is on lockdown in an effort to stop the spread of the deadly virus.
Draconian measures granting ministers, councils and police wide-ranging powers have been fast-tracked through parliament.
A Westminster commitee heard 3.5 million kits had been bought and would be available in the 'near future'.
There are now 719 confirmed cases of Covid-19 in Scotland - a rise of 135 in the last 24 hours.
Testing will be exempted from March 30 to help essential travel to continue during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rishi Sunak refused to commit to an exact day for unveiling the 'incredibly complicated' support measures.
Everyone has to stay at home and will only be allowed to leave for reasons like shopping for basic necessities or for exercise.
Nicola Sturgeon confirmed the latest figures as she asked non-essential shops, building sites and salons to shut.
Jeane Freeman branded MSP John Mason 'neither an exception nor exceptional' after he announced his office would stay open.
The First Minister called for the public's help to tackle the coronavirus pandemic in a national address.
North Ayrshire Council will send a food parcel for children and families as local authorities consider various measures.
The number of Covid-19 patients in Scotland is up more than a fifth in the last 24 hours to 332.
Boris Johnson said he is 'absolutely confident we can send coronavirus packing in this country'.