Here's a recap of some of Thursday's developments
- The total of Covid-19 deaths in Scotland now stands at 126
- The figure is a big jump from yesterday, but 40 of those deaths occurred in recent days and have only just been included in the official figure.
- It was announced Labour peer Lord Gordon of Strathblane died on Tuesday, aged 83, reportedly with coronavirus.
- New guidelines on Personal Protective Equipment have been issued for different health and care settings.
- A new testing facility is to be operational by mid-April at the University of Glasgow's site on the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus, staffed by 500 volunteers.
- It was confirmed the COP26 climate change conference, due to be held in Glasgow, had been put back a year.
- Thousands of people took part in this week's Clap for Carers event. Bagpipers were asked to play Scotland the Brave to honour all those playing a key role in the fight against coronavirus.
We'll be back tomorrow with more live coverage of how the outbreak is affecting Scotland and what is being done to get us through the crisis. Until then, stay safe.