NHS Grampian reiterated the Scottish government's recommendations on public health during the coronavirus pandemic after the number of cases in the Department of Health increased.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said 79 confirmed cases have now been identified, and another 30 are currently under investigation as they may be related to the 32 announced venues that may be related to the outbreak.
More than half of the 67 new cases in Scotland in the last 24 hours affected the area of the Grampian Health Board (39).
A total of 233 contacts were made in one of Dr. Emmanuel Okpo, a consultant in public health medicine, followed the situation described as a "rapidly developing situation".
He said: “Our message to the public remains the same. Please adhere to government guidelines – particularly the additional restrictions that currently apply in Aberdeen City.
"If you develop the symptoms of Covid-19, you should isolate yourself and arrange a test on the NHS Inform website (or the personnel test service if you work in the health and social sector).
"I know that people will be particularly worried right now.
"Please be assured that our teams will contact you if you are in close contact with a detected case.
"They are working very hard to make these calls as quickly as possible."