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Consultant in Public Health Medicine at NHS Grampian, Dr Derek Cox has recorded some short videos with information for parents, pupils, and staff.
With good weather expected, motorcycle patrols will be stepped up at many locations including popular tourist spots.
In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 204 positive cases.
Scotland saw 237 (278) positive cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours which equated to 1.2 (1.3) per cent of those tested.
A NORTH-east safety consultant has warned north employers to adhere to new TUC guidelines to keep their workplaces Covid-safe or face unwanted fines.
From Friday people will be permitted to travel across Scotland to meet in groups of up to six adults from six households in outdoor settings.
Many of Aberdeenshire's newly recorded cases are concentrated in Stonehaven, Westhill, Peterhead and Cruden areas.
The Scottish Government has published an update to the coronavirus protection levels.
Travel within Scotland for outdoor socialising, recreation and exercise will be allowed from Friday, April 16.
Scotland saw 221 (199) positive cases of Covid-19 in the last 24 hours which equated to 1.6 (2.4) per cent of those tested.
Restrictions on travel and meeting others in public are being relaxed earlier than anticipated.
There have been 13 new cases of coronavirus reported by NHS Grampian in the past 24 hours.
VOLUNTEER drivers in Buckie have clocked up an incredible 10,000 miles helping people in the area get to their vaccination appointments.