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No new confirmed coronavirus cases in Highlands for FOURTH day in a row

By Andrew Dixon

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There have been no additional confirmed cases of coronavirus in the Highlands in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.

It means the region has had no new recorded cases for four days in a row.

The total recorded by NHS Highlands remains at 374. The number of people being treated in hospital with confirmed Covid-19 is six, while the number of people in intensive care is still fewer than five.

Some 15 people have tested positive across the Scotland in the last 24 hours, taking the national total to 18,228.

And 2482 people who tested positive have died across the country since the outbreak began – the same as yesterday.

Elsewhere in the north, NHS Grampian recorded one new case since yesterday, taking its tally to 1417. Its hospitals were treating 46 people for the disease, with fewer than five receiving treatment in intensive care.

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