We've put together a collection of daily updated charts and maps to track the coronavirus crisis in Scotland.by
Coronavirus: local news
Elgin City chairman Graham Tatters is provisionally planning for the return of fans to Borough Briggs for next Saturday’s League Two match against Queen’s Park.by
Having a regular death count is alarming. Being told people are dying is upsetting and it focuses the mind on prevention. Latest figures pointing to “X” dead in the last 24 hours seems important. The only other time we report fatalities like this is during war. It gives Covid-19 the appearance of an enemy requiring national effort to be defeated.
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor hopeful north clubs can spearhead return of fans to Scottish football
Ross County chairman Roy MacGregor hopes the Highland and Moray clubs can spearhead the return of crowds to Scottish football.by
Rebelling councillors concerned Aberdeen officials wield ‘far too much power’ over physical distancing work as council agrees to scrap beach bike lanes
An alliance of rebel Aberdeen councillors have sparked a mutiny and accused city officials of wielding “far too much power” over Covid-19 physical distancing works.
A decision will be made on what localised restrictions each part of Scotland will be put under today.by
A Moray chef who was made redundant during the coronavirus pandemic has used the set-back to inspire her to follow her dreams by launching her own enterprise.by
Ministers will begin work on a national strategy for rolling out a coronavirus vaccine as part of a £37 million NHS winter preparedness plan but have ruled out using the system behind this year's “shambolic” winter flu jabs.by
We’ve put together some regularly updating charts and maps showing the demographic information available on the people affected by the coronavirus pandemic in Scotland.by