Thanks for following the latest developments on the Scotland Live page today.
It's fair to say it's been dominated by one person.
Here are the main headlines:
- Scotland's chief medical officer issues an "unreserved" apology after being photographed visiting her second home, against official advice.
- Dr Catherine Calderwood is visited by police and warned over her future conduct, with some MSPs saying her position is untenable.
- Nicola Sturgeon says Dr Calderwood's actions were "wrong" but she will remain in her post, although withdrawn from a public-facing role.
- Two more people have died from the virus in Scotland, bringing the total to 220, although Ms Sturgeon warns this figure will be "artificially low".
- Fifteen residents at a Glasgow care home have now died since 27 March following a suspected outbreak of the virus.
- A care worker in West Dunbartonshire has died with suspected Covid-19.
- Testing for frontline NHS staff has begun at a new drive-through facility at Glasgow Airport.
Don't forget the Queen will address the nation at 20:00 tonight.
Join us again for more updates from Monday morning.