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Covid-19 booster vaccinations get underway in care homes

Covid-19 booster vaccinations get underway in care homes

Covid-19 booster vaccinations get underway in care homes

The injections are to be given alongside flu jab where appropriate.


Coronavirus update: Drop in case numbers but figures affected by data backlog

Coronavirus update: Drop in case numbers but figures affected by data backlog

Coronavirus update: Drop in case numbers but figures affected by data backlog

In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 3833 positive cases of coronavirus which equates to 9.1 per cent of those tested overall.


Coronavirus update: Over 6000 new cases recorded in Scotland

Coronavirus update: Over 6000 new cases recorded in Scotland

Coronavirus update: Over 6000 new cases recorded in Scotland

NHS Grampian saw 586 newly recorded cases in the past 24 hours.


Mobile testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

Mobile testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

Mobile testing programme continues in Aberdeenshire

Sites will be in operation again from Monday - Friday across the north-east offering testing and test collection.


Coronavirus update: First signs of cases falling in the north-east

Coronavirus update: First signs of cases falling in the north-east

Coronavirus update: First signs of cases falling in the north-east

Some areas are now showing a fall in case numbers but this is not universal with others such as Banff and Blackburn seeing rises in the last week.


Coronavirus update: Further technical issues lead to yet another lag in case reporting

Coronavirus update: Further technical issues lead to yet another lag in case reporting

Coronavirus update: Further technical issues lead to yet another lag in case reporting

Public Health Scotland have been unable to provide daily national figures, while the area statistics have not been updated since September 12.


Coronavirus update: Daily fluctuation sees Grampian cases rise again

Coronavirus update: Daily fluctuation sees Grampian cases rise again

Coronavirus update: Daily fluctuation sees Grampian cases rise again

A lag in the reporting of test results from earlier this week is still affecting statistics, but NHS Grampian shows no signs of cases dropping yet.


First Minister confirms decision to vaccinate 12-15 year olds

First Minister confirms decision to vaccinate 12-15 year olds

First Minister confirms decision to vaccinate 12-15 year olds

A booster programme for the over 50s, health workers and those with certain health conditions has also been approved.


Covid Update: Face coverings to remain in secondary schools and university lectures to keep a mixed delivery model

Covid Update: Face coverings to remain in secondary schools and university lectures to keep a mixed delivery model

Covid Update: Face coverings to remain in secondary schools and university lectures to keep a mixed delivery model

Concerns over cases requiring hospitalisation in younger age groups have raised concerns as Universities return.


Coronavirus update: First tentative signs of cases decreasing in the north-east

Coronavirus update: First tentative signs of cases decreasing in the north-east

Coronavirus update: First tentative signs of cases decreasing in the north-east

Peterhead and the surrounding area continues to see rises, but other areas are starting to level off.


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