Coronavirus in Scotland: 36 new cases confirmed bringing total to 121

A further 36 cases have been confirmed in Scotland bringing the total to 121.

The recent figures cover the new cases confirmed in the last 24 hours according to the Scottish Government.

Greater Glasgow and Clyde is currently the most affected region in Scotland with 31 confirmed cases, including three individuals at Glasgow University who are now in self-isolation.

The Highlands has its first case confirmed as of today, while other regions have seen an increase.

Here are the current confirmed cases to date.

Ayrshire and Arran – 6

Borders – 5

Fife – 6

Scottish Government announces the latest cases of COVID-19 in the country

Forth Valley – 6

Grampian – 9

Greater Glasgow and Clyde – 31

Highland – 1

Lanarkshire – 10

Lothian – 25

Shetland – 11

Tayside – 11

A total of 3,715 Scottish tests have concluded. Of these 3,594 tests were confirmed negative and 121 positive.


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