We'll be back on Wednesday morning with the latest on the coronavirus response in Scotland
Here's a recap of some of the developments on Tuesday.
- The first minister revealed there had been 13 further deaths, taking the total to 60
- The number of positive tests jumped by 430 - though some of this was because weekend test results had come in from one test centre.
- Nicola Sturgeon said 6% of NHS staff are currently off work with the virus or because they are self-isolating
- The first cases of Covid-19 have been detected in the Western Isles and Orkney health board area, meaning every NHS board in Scotland has cases
- The UK government says it's starting to see "green shoots" with the rate of infection slowing but also warns we're not "out of the woods".
- The Scottish government has published new emergency legislation to deal with the outbreak. It is expected be be passed in one day at Holyrood on Wednesday.
- The Scottish domestic rugby season 2019/20 has been declared null and void
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