Scotland's papers: 'Black market' covid kits and taxi ambulancesPublished12 April 2020SharecloseShare pageCopy linkAbout sharingimage captionOnce again the coronavirus outbreak makes all of the front pages. The Sunday Mail reports that a Glasgow newsagent has imported thousands of what it calls coronavirus antibody kits which he is selling for £750 each.image captionThe Scottish Sun reports that black cabs will be converted into makeshift ambulances to ferry suspected coronavirus patients around.image captionA call for more coronavirus testing in care home makes the front page of The Sunday National. It is thought about half of care homes have suspected coronavirus cases.image captionThe Herald on Sunday focuses on the fallout from the coronavirus crisis for the economy and poverty levels.image captionThe Sunday Post features Sir Kenny Dalglish paying tribute to the NHS. The former Scotland and Liverpool striker tested positive for coronavirus during a routine visit to hospital but showed no symptoms.image captionThe impact on Scotland's prisoners and prison officers of the coronavirus pandemic is the focus of the Scotland on Sunday front page.image captionBoris Johnson came "close to death" as he was treated for coronavirus, according to friends of the prime minister quoted in the Mail on Sunday.image caption"I can't thank enough... I owe them my life" is the tribute paid by Boris Johnson to the NHS staff who treated him for coronavirus in intensive care. The Sunday Express quotes friends of the prime minister who say he is "euphoric" after starting his recovery.Related Internet LinksHerald ScotlandDaily Mail OnlineDaily ExpressDaily RecordThe Scottish SunThe ScotsmanThe NationalThe TimesThe BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites.