The papers: Top medic 'defies' lockdown and inside Salmond trialPublished5 April 2020SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage copyrightThe Scottish Sun on Sundayimage captionThe Scottish Sun on Sunday splashes an image of Scotland's chief medical officer in Fife with her family, having "defied" lockdown advice. Dr Catherine Calderwood had tweeted a photo of her family from their main home in Edinburgh earlier this week.image copyrightScotland on Sundayimage captionScotland on Sunday leads with an inside look at the trial of Alex Salmond by columnist Dani Garavelli. The paper also reports "fears elderly face discrimination" following the deaths of 13 residents at a care home in Glasgow - the facility is at the centre of a suspected virus outbreak. .image copyrightSunday Mailimage captionThe Sunday Mail leads with an interview with Nicola Sturgeon's mother, who says she feels very "protective" of her daughter and worries about the toll of the lockdown. Former Irvine councillor Joan Sturgeon told the paper: "We worry about the burden that she carries, as any parent would."image copyrightThe Scottish Mail on Sundayimage captionThe Scottish Mail on Sunday leads with the Queen's address to the nation about the coronavirus, due on Sunday evening. "Those who come after us will say that the Britons of this generation were as strong as any," the paper reports that she will say.image copyrightScottish Sunday Expressimage captionThe same quote gives the Scottish Sunday Express its headline. The paper says that as the virus claims another 708 lives, including that of a child aged five, the Queen urges Britons to make their descendants proud amid the crisis.image copyrightThe Sunday Timesimage captionThe Queen's call for the nation to be strong comes as 14% of doctors are off work due to the virus, according to the Sunday Times. The paper also says two thirds of people in Scotland, including half of those who voted for Brexit, want to see the withdrawal from the EU delayed while the country deals with the pandemic.image copyrightThe Herald on Sundayimage captionThe Herald claims ministers were warned about measures to deal with a "more severe" pandemic and the need for mass testing 10 years ago. In response to the swine flu outbreak, Health Protection Scotland issued advice on the country's ability to cope with a "long-lasting" pandemic, the paper reports.image copyrightThe Sunday Postimage captionThe Sunday Post looks ahead to Monday when police officers with only two weeks' basic training will be used to enforce the Covid-19 lockdown. It comes as Police Scotland struggles to cope with the number of officers self-isolating because they, or their families, have symptoms.image copyrightSunday Nationalimage captionAnd The Sunday National leads with Nicola Sturgeon's promise that all efforts are being made to control Covid-19 following the deaths at Burlington Court Care Home within one week.Related Internet LinksHerald ScotlandDaily Mail OnlineDaily ExpressDaily RecordThe Scottish SunThe ScotsmanThe NationalThe TimesThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.