The Scottish Government released the latest figures during their daily briefing.
STV News spoke to three people who are recovering after being diagnosed with Covid-19.
Nurse Janice Graham died in hospital after being diagnosed with coronavirus.
Some of the mysterious messages have appeared outside the local pharmacy.
More than 100 medical students from Dundee University will be able to apply to join NHS workers in the battle against Covid-19.
KidsOR is providing specialist units which act as ventilators to help an additional ten patients in Dundee.
Labour MSP David Stewart has clashed with health chiefs over claims made by a campaign group on Twitter.
Health service staff performed the Proclaimers hit 'I'm gonna be' to tell people to stay inside as they walk the extra mile.
Compensation packages could include up to £95,000 and an apology from the NHS Highland board.
A number of elective surgeries - including knee and hip replacements - have also been cancelled.
There are around 3400 bedside units which can use Hospedia televisions across six Scottish hospitals.
All NHS, police and fire service workers are to be given priority access to Aldi stores.
The ships' horns could be heard some nine miles away in Brechin.
Fees will be suspended at the three remaining hospitals that still charge for parking.
Jeane Freeman told MSPs the NHS in Scotland is being placed on an 'emergency footing'.
Nicola Sturgeon chairs Scottish Government resilience meeting following outbreaks in Europe.
Only 83.8% of patients were seen within four hours, despite the target being 95%.
Analysis found more than 2.7m lost bed days in the five years up to November last year have cost the taxpayer £653m.