A further 47 people who tested positive for coronavirus in Scotland have died, taking the national total to 542.
The Scottish Government said that across the country, 29,903 people have now been tested for Covid-19, with 5,590 testing positive.
As of Friday night, 1,855 patients were in hospital with either confirmed or suspected coronavirus, an increase of 23.
Of those, 212 were being treated in intensive care units, up five from the previous night and the same number as on Thursday.
NHS England said today that a further 823 people have died in hospital in England after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total deaths there to 8,937.
Patients were aged between 11 and 102 years old and 33 of the 823 patients (aged between 29 and 94 years old) had no known underlying health condition.
Earlier today, UK health secretary Matt Hancock said a total of 19 NHS workers have died because of coronavirus.
But the number could already be higher, with tributes paid to more than 20 NHS workers who have died after contracting coronavirus or going into isolation with symptoms.
Matt Hancock told BBC Breakfast 19 “members of the NHS family” had died from the virus.
Mr Hancock said he was particularly struck by the high proportion of people from minority ethnic backgrounds in the NHS who had died.
He added: “19 members of the NHS family have died. My heart goes out to their families, these are people who have put themselves on the front line.
“The work is going on to establish whether they caught coronavirus in the line of duty while at work or whether, like so many other people, caught it in the rest of their lives.”