Scotland's papers: 'King Kenny' in hospital and vaccine hopes

image captionCoronavirus dominates the front pages again with The Times reporting long-term hopes of a return to normal life are pinned on a vaccine being developed, quoting one British scientist claiming it could be ready as soon as September.
image captionThe Daily Record leads with news that former Liverpool and Scotland striker Sir Kenny Dalglish has tested positive for coronavirus after attending hospital with an unrelated infection.
image captionSir Kenny is showing no symptoms according to The Sun with the virus only revealed during a routine test.
image captionThe Daily Star includes a statement from the Dalglish family where they pay tribute to "the brilliant NHS staff" looking after the Liverpool legend.
image captionPolice warnings over the coronavirus lockdown make the front page of The Herald after it was revealed 537 on-the-spot fines have been issued since emergency powers to deal with the pandemic came into effect last month.
image captionAimee Goold, a "bruised, battered and exhausted" intensive care nurse on the front line of the Covid-19 pandemic is pictured on the front page of the Daily Express, as she urges Britons to "remember this face" and stay at home this Easter weekend.
image captionNormal life in the UK will not resume until a vaccine against coronavirus becomes available in about 18 months' time, government sources have told the Daily Mail, as questions continue over when lockdown measures will be eased.
image captionThe Scotsman focuses on the UK-wide hospital death count issued on Friday, coming just under the 1,000 mark for the first time.
image captionThe death toll, which does not include those who died in care homes or the community, has now exceeded the worst daily figures seen in Italy and Spain, as The National points out.
image captionHow maternity wards have adapted to the impact of coronavirus is featured on the front page of The Courier.
image captionThe controversy over the continued production of whisky during the coronavirus lockdown is the main story on the front page of the Press and Journal.

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