Four more coronavirus deaths have been reported in Scotland in the last 24 hours, as the number of cases increased by 764.
Scottish Government figures released on Saturday also show 191 people are in hospital with recently confirmed Covid-19.
Of those, 23 are in intensive care.
The 764 cases represent 12.4% of newly tested individuals.
The NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board area reported 299 new cases, with 152 in NHS Lanarkshire and 143 in NHS Lothian.
Over the past seven days, 3,692 cases have been recorded in Scotland.
Meanwhile, a member of staff at a Dundee nursery has tested positive for the virus.
The case at Jessie Porter Nursery is being investigated and the head teacher has contacted all parents directly to inform them of the situation.
Dr Ellie Hothersall, a local public health medicine consultant, said: “NHS Tayside, Dundee City Council and partners have been working closely to investigate the case.
“All close contacts have been identified and have been advised to self-isolate for 14 days.
“This means that all those identified as a close contact must remain at home and not mix with other households.
“Jessie Porter Nursery is currently closed due to the holiday period.”
Audrey May, Dundee City Council chief education officer, said: “We are working closely with NHS Tayside’s health protection team and I would reassure families that appropriate action is being taken.”