There were no new coronavirus deaths in Scotland for a 14th consecutive day – but confirmed cases have increased by 17.
It comes when Nicola Sturgeon released the figures for the past 24 hours in Parliament this afternoon.
Latest statistics show that the number of COVID-19 fatalities in the country remains at 2,491.
There are 260 patients in the hospital, the same number as yesterday, two in the intensive care unit with confirmed coronavirus.
The First Minister announced that the accumulation of cases yesterday affected a pharmacy in Port Glasgow and the Amazon depot in Gourock. Test and trace are in full swing.
According to the Scottish government, more than 4,000 people have been advised to protect themselves from coronaviruses.
However, ministers were criticized after saying they had no information on the causes of death.
Labor MSP Monica Lennon said: "With the shielding program stalled, it is unacceptable that the Scottish government cannot confirm how many people on their high-risk list died of COVID-19."
People across the UK who were found to be at high clinical risk for Covid-19 were advised to screen in March.
The Shielder have health problems and have been advised to isolate themselves and reduce all interactions with other people, even if they don't leave their homes.
In the meantime, anyone with coronavirus symptoms is instructed to isolate themselves for ten instead of seven days under new guidelines.
It comes amid fears of a "second wave" that is sweeping across Europe with increasing numbers of cases in a number of countries.
Currently, anyone who shows the main symptoms of Covid-19 must isolate for a week.
A joint statement by the four UK Chief Medical Officers has confirmed the change in policy.
The latest update was released after an outbreak of the corona virus in Greater Glasgow and Clyde was confirmed.
The group of eight positive cases has been registered in the past 24 hours and is associated with a number of companies in the region, including a pharmacy in Inverclyde.
Nicola Sturgeon announced yesterday that 14 out of 22 people who tested positive for the virus on Tuesday came from the country's largest health agency – which includes the city, Renfrewshire, Inverclyde, parts of North Lanarkshire and West Dunbartonshire.
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