A total of 49 new confirmed cases of Covid-19 have been recorded across Scotland in the past 24 hours – including one in Aberdeen.
The latest update from the Scottish Government shows the total number of positive cases recorded since the pandemic began is 15,553.
A total of 120,601 people in Scotland have been tested through NHS labs to date and of these, 105,048 were confirmed negative.
Of the people who have tested positive, 658 are in hospital with 18 of those in intensive care. There are also 10 people in intensive care units with suspected coronavirus.
Today’s figures also show Scotland’s death toll has risen to 2,395 – an increase of nine from Wednesday.
It is the first weekday since just after lockdown began in March the death toll dropped to single figures.
A regional breakdown of the data shows a further person has been diagnosed with the virus in the Grampian area, taking the region’s total to 1,283. A total of 66 people are receiving hospital treatment in the north-east after testing positive.
There were no recorded cases of Covid-19 in the north of Scotland in the past 24 hours.
There have been 388 positive cases in the Highlands since the pandemic began, eight on Orkney, 54 on Shetland and six in the Western Isles.
Eight people are in hospital in the Highlands with a confirmed case of Covid-19.