The Protect Scotland app has already told more than 100 Scots to self-isolate, Nicola Sturgeon revealed.
Plane will pass 25 Scottish hospitals with message of thanks for key workers' efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr Abby Gunn and Nurse Eilidh Jack are among the thousands of NHS staff at the frontline of tackling Covid-19.
Nurses and other NHS workers say being left out of a pay rise for doctors and dentists is a 'slap in the face'.
Hospital has seen 315 patients receive orthopaedic and plastic surgery outpatient consultations.
Drive follows report which called for official to be brought in as 'golden thread' to tie system together.
Scottish Labour leader calls for more transparency on how many DNR notices have been issued by health boards.
Specialist service for women who require surgery due to complications from vaginal mesh implants.
Volunteers made the striking formation out of more than 100 bags of rubbish collected from the Meadows in Edinburgh.
The NHS programme is designed to reduce the risk of the virus spreading.
Health secretary Jeane Freeman said the 'unvalidated data' is linked to the 125 Covid incidents logged in hospitals.
Report says there was unease among frontline staff in Scotland at the lack of clarity on PPE availability, training and testing.
More than 30 frontline staff have been completing five kilometres every day in May while still working demanding shifts.
Technology developed at Glasgow neonatal unit has been expanded to help relatives of adult patients in intensive care.
A study has found more people are open to seeking medical help than they were two weeks earlier.
Lewis Benson and his sister are delivering 'Knockout Meals' during the coronavirus pandemic.
However there are still 55% fewer accident and emergency patients compared to this period last year.
Businesses across Scotland - from bridal boutiques to fabric shops - are making essential items for frontline staff.
For the Love of Scotland raised more than £40,000 for Masks for Scotland during the four hour live stream.
Official NHS Scotland statistics reveal just 11,881 people attended A&E in the second week of April.