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THE total number of cases in Moray since the outbreak began is now 129.
Extra funds for Moray Women's Aid and Moray Rape Crisis
Further measures to protect the population from the spread of coronavirus have been announced as Scotland faces an upsurge in cases.
VISITING other households is no longer allowed across Scotland.
Ban on meeting in houses extended across Scotland
Aberdeenshire Council confirmed that the unit will be in place at Gordon House on Wednesdays until further notice.
The First Minister is due to talk to the Prime Minister this afternoon as a four nation response is instigated to curb the rise being seen again.
Immunisation will shift from GP practices to dedicated clinics.
New figures have revealed more than 1400 people have accessed psychological help.
National praise for residents' 'admirable commitment'
AN emergency funding package to support creative opportunities for children and young people is being launched this week.