Nicola Sturgeon is speaking at the Scottish government's daily briefing at the same time as PMQs and we're keeping an eye on what's happening there (as is our Scottish team's live page).
Sturgeon has just confirmed a further 159 people have tested positive for Covid-19 - 1.9% of those who were tested yesterday.
The first minister highlights the positive rate is now consistently around 2%, compared with 1% a few weeks ago.
This takes the total number of positive cases in Scotland to 21,878.
Ms Sturgeon highlights that the average daily case number of the last seven days is 155.
Three weeks ago, this number was 52 - so there has been roughly a trebling of daily cases in this time.
A total of 274 patients are in hospital with a confirmed case (up by seven), with six being treated in intensive care (no change).
No deaths of people who tested positive were registered over the past 24 hours, meaning the total remains at 2,499.
This is lower than the 4,231 deaths confirmed by National Records of Scotland earlier because that figure includes all cases where Covid-19 is mentioned on a death certificate, even if the patient had not been tested.