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Plans for mass testing of asymptomatic students

Plans for mass testing of asymptomatic students

Plans for mass testing of asymptomatic students

Students including those at Aberdeen and Robert Gordon's are to be offered two swab antigen tests.


Coronavirus update: Spike in NHS Grampian case numbers

Coronavirus update: Spike in NHS Grampian case numbers

Coronavirus update: Spike in NHS Grampian case numbers

Figures for the last 24 hours show 122 positive cases were recorded, the third highest in Scotland.


Joint agreement reached on festive period but there are still risks, warns First Minister

Joint agreement reached on festive period but there are still risks, warns First Minister

Joint agreement reached on festive period but there are still risks, warns First Minister

A maximum of three households are to be able to meet in a “bubble” during a short window of time across the festive period.


Lockdown levels: Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City to remain at Level 2

Lockdown levels: Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City to remain at Level 2

Lockdown levels: Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen City to remain at Level 2

Increases in both City and Shire are being monitored but levels will not change this week.


Coronavirus update: Spread of cases continues across the north-east

Coronavirus update: Spread of cases continues across the north-east

Coronavirus update: Spread of cases continues across the north-east

Overall numbers remain relatively static but the geography of case detections is changing day on day.


Health bosses to update Moray councillors on Dr Gray's Hospital

Health bosses to update Moray councillors on Dr Gray's Hospital

Health bosses to update Moray councillors on Dr Gray's Hospital

Pledge after local concerns over reduced services


Airport looks to donate café kit to fledgling business or group

Airport looks to donate café kit to fledgling business or group

Airport looks to donate café kit to fledgling business or group

Bid to help start-up after closure of terminal outlet


NHS Grampian launches new scheme to help it treat more acutely ill patients

NHS Grampian launches new scheme to help it treat more acutely ill patients

NHS Grampian launches new scheme to help it treat more acutely ill patients

The health board is asking businesses and members of the public to help it treat more patients at the region’s hospitals by freeing up beds.


Coronavirus update: Consensus on Christmas still to be reached

Coronavirus update: Consensus on Christmas still to be reached

Coronavirus update: Consensus on Christmas still to be reached

The First Minister has said that discussions on regulations for the Christmas period at a national level are still taking place.


Moray CAB urges people to use online Money Map

Moray CAB urges people to use online Money Map

Moray CAB urges people to use online Money Map

Tool launched to help people struggling with financial Covid-19 hit


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