Five more people, including one in the north-east, have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Scotland, with a total of 16 now confirmed.
Two new cases, confirmed today by the Scottish Government, have been reported in Lanarkshire, with an increase of one case in Lothian, Greater Glasgow and Clyde, and Grampian.
Update on #coronavirus testing
As of 2pm today 1680 Scottish tests have concluded:
1664 confirmed negative
— Scottish Government (@scotgov) March 7, 2020
The increase matches the jump seen on Friday, the biggest in a single day since the first reported case on Sunday.
In total, 1,664 of the 1,680 tests in Scotland have come back negative.
There are now four cases of the virus in the NHS Grampian area.