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'.
John Swinney told MSPs that coursework, existing grades and prior attainment will be used to assess grades.
Conservative group leader Thomas Kerr has written to the city treasurer calling for a council tax 'moratorium'.
The Scottish Government said the coronavirus outbreak is an 'economic emergency'.
The PM has been urged to announce a 'financial package for people' to support them through the coronavirus outbreak.
The measures are part of a huge economic stimulus package announced by the UK Government.
Jeane Freeman told MSPs the NHS in Scotland is being placed on an 'emergency footing'.
The number of Covid-19 cases in Scotland has risen to 195 from 171, a rise of 24 in the last day.
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab announced the new UK Government advice to MPs.
Odeon, Cineworld and Picturehouse among those to announce plans to close for the foreseeable future.
If anyone in a household develops symptoms, everyone who lives there should stay at home for 14 days.
The government says children won't be 'severely affected' by coronavirus and that they will be better off in their schools.
STV political editor Colin Mackay reports from a media briefing with the First Minister this morning.
Boris Johnson called the Covid-19 outbreak 'the worst public health crisis for a generation'.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she is 'minded' to ban mass gatherings as of next week.