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33 new Covid-19 infections detected

33 new Covid-19 infections detected

33 new Covid-19 infections detected

26 January 2021

A FURTHER 33 new positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland area.


14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

14 fresh Covid-19 infections detected

25 January 2021

A FURTHER 14 new coronavirus infections were recorded across the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours.


Forty-four more Covid cases across NHS Highland area

Forty-four more Covid cases across NHS Highland area

Forty-four more Covid cases across NHS Highland area

23 January 2021

Forty-four more Covid-19 cases in NHS Highland area over past day.


What's the Covid rate where you live?

What's the Covid rate where you live?

What's the Covid rate where you live?

22 January 2021

THE seven day Covid infection rate across Highland Council has fallen to below 100 cases per 100,000 people for the first time since late December.


46 new positive tests for Covid-19

46 new positive tests for Covid-19

46 new positive tests for Covid-19

22 January 2021

NHS Highland has recorded a further 46 positive tests for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.


Highlands has record number of Covid patients in intensive care

Highlands has record number of Covid patients in intensive care

Highlands has record number of Covid patients in intensive care

20 January 2021

EIGHT Covid patients in the NHS Highland area are now in intensive care – the highest local number of the entire pandemic.


POLL: Do you agree with extension of lockdown restrictions?

POLL: Do you agree with extension of lockdown restrictions?

POLL: Do you agree with extension of lockdown restrictions?

19 January 2021

Nicola Sturgeon has said lockdown restrictions will continue until "at least" mid-February, with schools to stay closed for the same period.


CBI Scotland director wants to see more support to save jobs as lockdown continues

CBI Scotland director wants to see more support to save jobs as lockdown continues

CBI Scotland director wants to see more support to save jobs as lockdown continues

19 January 2021

CBI Scotland calls for more support for business as lockdown extended


Lockdown to remain in place until mid-February and schools to remain shut for the same period

Lockdown to remain in place until mid-February and schools to remain shut for the same period

Lockdown to remain in place until mid-February and schools to remain shut for the same period

19 January 2021

The First Minister says Covid transmission rates are still too high and pressure on the NHS is mounting


Older people warned to be on their guard against Covid-19 vaccination scams

Older people warned to be on their guard against Covid-19 vaccination scams

Older people warned to be on their guard against Covid-19 vaccination scams

19 January 2021

Age Scotland is warning older people to be on the lookout for Covid-19 vaccination scams.


Highland hospital Covid patient numbers almost double in a week

Highland hospital Covid patient numbers almost double in a week

Highland hospital Covid patient numbers almost double in a week

19 January 2021

THIRTY-three Covid patients are now being treated in NHS Highland hospitals, but only 22 new positive tests were registered in the past 24 hours.


Highland seven-day Covid infection rate falls to 146.7 cases per 100,000 people

Highland seven-day Covid infection rate falls to 146.7 cases per 100,000 people

Highland seven-day Covid infection rate falls to 146.7 cases per 100,000 people

18 January 2021

THE seven-day Covid infection rate in the Highlands has continued its recent fall - as lockdown restrictions continue to have an impact.


21 new Covid infections detected

21 new Covid infections detected

21 new Covid infections detected

18 January 2021

TWENTY-one new positive tests for Covid-19 have been recorded across the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.


Lifeline £800,000 grant to help theatre weather pandemic storm

Lifeline £800,000 grant to help theatre weather pandemic storm

Lifeline £800,000 grant to help theatre weather pandemic storm

17 January 2021

EMERGENCY cash support worth £800,000 has been given to Eden Court Theatre after the Scottish Government announced further pandemic aid for the arts.


81 fresh Covid cases detected

81 fresh Covid cases detected

81 fresh Covid cases detected

15 January 2021

A FURTHER 81 new Covid-19 cases were recorded in the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.


POLL: Have your say as Covid-19 vaccination gets rolled out

POLL: Have your say as Covid-19 vaccination gets rolled out

POLL: Have your say as Covid-19 vaccination gets rolled out

15 January 2021

COVID vaccination programme progressing.


Highland businesses urged to apply as deadline looms for events sector emergency Covid support fund

Highland businesses urged to apply as deadline looms for events sector emergency Covid support fund

Highland businesses urged to apply as deadline looms for events sector emergency Covid support fund

15 January 2021

Highland events businesses have until Monday to apply for a share of a £6 million fund to help them cope with Covid


UK GOVERNMENT VIEWPOINT: There's light at the end of the tunnel...but, for now, embrace lockdown life

UK GOVERNMENT VIEWPOINT: There's light at the end of the tunnel...but, for now, embrace lockdown life

UK GOVERNMENT VIEWPOINT: There's light at the end of the tunnel...but, for now, embrace lockdown life

15 January 2021

Vaccines offer us hope and a way out but, until then, we must all play our part in together beating the virus.


68 new Covid cases detected

68 new Covid cases detected

68 new Covid cases detected

14 January 2021

A FURTHER 68 positive tests for Covid-19 were recorded across the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.


The Scottish Government deletes its vaccine plan after Westminster fears it could potentially dent the UK's supplies

The Scottish Government deletes its vaccine plan after Westminster fears it could potentially dent the UK's supplies

The Scottish Government deletes its vaccine plan after Westminster fears it could potentially dent the UK's supplies

14 January 2021

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says her government was simply trying to be 'transparent'


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