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Figures for Aberdeen city continue to show the spread of the virus at low levels.
A YEAR like no other – that was Moray Council convener Councillor Shona Morrison's verdict on what has been an often fraught 12 months.
Students arriving in the north-east are to be included in the national programme.
While there are daily fluctuations due to the way tests are being reported, the weekly figures continue to show a slow upwards creep.
In the past week there were 63 new cases in Aberdeenshire, 125 in Aberdeen City and 13 in Moray.
Number tripled in the last 24 hours with a general spread of cases being seen across the west and south-west of the Shire.
Everyone in Grampian is being urged to show caution, as cases of Covid-19 continue to increase.
PEOPLE in the north-east are being encouraged to take things at their own pace as Covid restrictions ease.
There has been a small rise in the number of positive tests within the community, and the facility will enable residents to self-test.
Figures for NHS Lothian have surpassed those for Glasgow with a further increase in Grampian coming from a generalised rise across Aberdeen City.
The cast of Mitchell School Of Drama have turned their hand to filmmaking as coronavirus continues to prevent live shows.