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In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 2355 positive cases of coronavirus which equates to 7.4 per cent of those tested overall.
NEW online guidance for people suffering from long Covid has been launched by the NHS 24.
FAMILIES in the north-east who have a loved one suffering from dementia are being urged to sign up to a service being offered by Police Scotland.
People across Aberdeenshire are being encouraged to join forces and build on improved public perceptions of mental health as part of a new campaign.
People in the north-east suffering from ongoing Covid symptoms can find useful information and guidance from NHS 24.
A consultation has been launched on new approaches to preventing food insecurity.
A SOCIAL care provider operating in Buckie has unveiled a landmark pay rise for its frontline workers.
In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 2459 positive cases of coronavirus which equates to 12.4 per cent of those tested overall.
Proof of status needed at higher risk venues.
The group has issued an urgent appeal for active volunteers, committee members, office bearers and trustees to ensure its survival
In Scotland in the last 24 hours there have been a total of 2666 positive cases of coronavirus which equates to 10 per cent of those tested overall.
Mobile community testing is being offered for people who do not have Covid-19 symptoms.
Some Speyside residents allocated appointments at Ballater mobile unit.
While national cases are starting to drop off again, the north-east remains static, with NHS Grampian recording a rise in its daily figures.
Her Royal Highness Princess Anne heard how health and social care staff have dealt with the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Figures have been variable from day to day, with an overall small decline being seen over the course of seven days.
Rises in Buckie and surrounding areas are, for the first time, starting to replicate figures only seen in Aberdeenshire