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The cases in question were known to have travelled on a flight at the end of January and work is ongoing to contact everyone who was on the aircraft.
TWO-thirds of over-65s are confident about going back to everyday life after lockdown, a new poll has revealed.
Following their return to north-east from Brazil, via Paris and London those involved entered self-isolation and then subsequently tested positive.
In Scotland there have been 572 new positive cases in the last 24 hours.
The number jobs in Banff and Buchan area increased from 3600 in December to 5400 in January.
The temporary programme was put in place last year to ensure people could access town centre services while maintaining physical distancing.
NEW research has revealed that parents are feeling more guilt than ever before due to the additional pressures caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
MILLIONS of pounds is being made available to help Scottish businesses who promote and sell package holidays to Scotland or day tours here.
COMMITTING long Covid is at the heart of a six-figure award to a major heart health charity.
NHS Grampian recorded 19 cases, similar to previous days, while NHS Highland saw an increase with 10 new cases.
MSP Gillian Martin has welcomed confirmation North Sea oil and gas workers will be exempt from quarantining.
27,102 adults in Moray have received their first dose of a vaccine.
More than 1.5 million people in Scotland have received their first Covid-19 vaccination so far.