Nicola Sturgeon has announced that no one has died in Scotland over the last 24 hours from coronavirus.
The First Minister revealed the number of confirmed cases did rise by 17 on yesterday.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman also announced yesterday that people will soon be able visit their loved ones in care homes from next month.
Yesterday, officers from Police Scotland were forced to clear Kelvingrove Park in Glasgow after ‘covidiots’ broke social distancing and mass gathering rules.
Around 50 cops, some with riot shields, were deployed to the west end park as they shut it to members of the public.
The First Minister responded by thanking the police for clearing the park.
She said: “Crowded places risk a resurgence of COVID – and risk lives.
“I understand the desire to enjoy the hot weather – but PLEASE don’t jeopardise our progress. Follow the rules – they’re for the protection of you and your loved ones.
My thanks to @policescotland for helping keep us safe.”
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