The UK health secretary has thanked frontline workers from ethnic minorities as a report confirmed coronavirus disproportionately affects them.
NO fresh cases of Covid-19 were recorded in the NHS Highland in the past 24 hours.
The people of Scotland have been called on to start wearing face coverings in all enclosed spaces to protect both themselves and others.
The UK Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak
The UK health secretary has called on everybody to get tested if they experience Covid-19 symptoms as testing capacity is outstripping demand.
THE Highlands' four day run without freshly confirmed cases of Covid-19 has ended after one more person was diagnosed with the coronavirus.
Covid-19 lockdown restrictions could be reimposed, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, warned after reports of widespread ignoring of guidance.
The UK has seen its lowest number of daily Covid-19 deaths since March 24 according to communities secretary Robert Jenrick.
Scotland's health secretary Jeane Freeman has told people in the shielded category "we have not forgotten you".
For the fourth day in a row there have been no additional confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Highlands, the latest figures have shown.
The BBC will broadcast a third of the remaining English premiership games, it has been announced.
The Chancellor has outlined plans to taper off the support being given through the furlough scheme.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she has “never been prouder of this country” but is still nervous in case people go too far as lockdown is eased.