Florence Seager's family needed £50,000 to pay for life-changing scoliosis surgery in Turkey.Read more
BBC News Coronavirus
Advice and support
The world's hotspots
- There have been 23 additional positive cases in Scotland, which accounts for 0.9% of people newly tested.
- Provisional information is 15 of the 23 new cases are in the Grampian health board area.
- The number of cases in a cluster linked to an Aberdeen pub has risen to 32.
- No deaths were registered in the last 24 hours of people who tested positive, for the 19th day in a row. That total remains at 2,491.
- Thousands of Scottish pupils have received worse results than expected after the country's exam body lowered 125,000 estimated grades - a quarter of the total.
- Education Secretary John Swinney says the results are robust and ensure the class of 2020 can say their grades have equal validity.
- Opposition politicians have warned that there will now be a "deluge" of appeals, and accused the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) of treating the professional judgement of teachers with "contempt".
- Volunteers are being sought for a "Scottish version" of a UK survey on how the coronavirus pandemic is affecting people's social behaviour.