That is everything from us on Scotland's live coronavirus page for today. Here's a reminder of some of Thursday's headlines:
- Face coverings could be mandatory in the future, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says
- The UK government later confirmed that passengers on public transport in England would have to use face coverings from 15 June
- Nine more people are confirmed to have died with Covid-19 during the last 24 hours
- 1,021 patients are currently in hospital with coronavirus or suspected coronavirus
- The rate at which an infected individual is passing the virus to others stands at between 0.7 and 0.9, which is a little below what it was earlier in May
- However, the R number estimate does not take into account the easing of lockdown restrictions
- With rain and wind forecast for this weekend, the first minister says people should not be tempted "to meet indoors"
- Health secretary Jeane Freeman admits there are lessons to learn in light of the scale of virus deaths
- A plan to resume cancer services in Scotland has been published
Join us again from early tomorrow for more news from the Covid-19 pandemic as it relates to Scotland.