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NHS Grampian confirmed that 78 cases were related to testing which had been carried out at the Kepak McIntosh Donald plant.
Students including those at Aberdeen and Robert Gordon's are to be offered two swab antigen tests.
Figures for the last 24 hours show 122 positive cases were recorded, the third highest in Scotland.
A maximum of three households are to be able to meet in a “bubble” during a short window of time across the festive period.
Increases in both City and Shire are being monitored but levels will not change this week.
Overall numbers remain relatively static but the geography of case detections is changing day on day.
Pledge after local concerns over reduced services
Bid to help start-up after closure of terminal outlet
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.
The First Minister has said that discussions on regulations for the Christmas period at a national level are still taking place.
Tool launched to help people struggling with financial Covid-19 hit