There are 10 new cases of coronavirus in the Grampian area.
Latest figures show the total for the north-east is now 22 while the Highlands has five.
No new cases have been confirmed on Shetland and the Western Isles and Orkney health boards have not had any confirmed so far.
Scotland’s total is now 195 – a rise of 24 overnight.
There are also now two people who have died after testing positive.
Today Nicola Sturgeon said she is surprised by the speed coronavirus is spreading and warned we are “on the cusp of a rapid acceleration”, as she urged the public to follow advice about reducing social contact.
The first minister said she was being “frank and transparent” with people about the need to reduce non-essential contact with others, with the latest advice to avoid pubs, restaurants and public events.
Expressing “enormous sympathy” for businesses affected by the measures, Ms Sturgeon said “every penny” of extra funding from Westminster would go to helping businesses and public services cope with the pandemic.
Meanwhile Britons have been advised against non-essential travel to anywhere in the world.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said the fast-paced nature of the crisis meant that it was now necessary to issue global guidance.
The advice takes effect immediately and would last for an initial 30-day period.