Coronavirus in Scotland map: Here are all the confirmed cases so far

There are 36 confirmed cases in Scotland so far

The Scottish Government has expanded its guidance on stopping the spread of coronavirus to include workplaces.

The move comes after the number of cases of Covid-19 rose to 36 in Scotland as of 2pm Tuesday 10 March.

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There are now 36 cases confirmed in Scotland. Picture: JPIMEDIA

The total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK rose to 456 on Tuesday afternoon and there have been six fatalities.

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The breakdown of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Scotland as of the morning of Wednesday 11 March:

Ayrshire and Arran: 3

Borders: 2

Fife: 2

Forth Valley: 2

Grampian: 6

Greater Glasgow and Clyde: 5

Lanarkshire: 4

Lothian: 8

Shetland: 2

Tayside: 2

Total: 36

How do I avoid catching coronavirus?

According to the NHS’ website, there are things you can do to help stop coronavirus spreading.

Regular hand-washing is the single most important action individuals can take in the fight against Covid-19.

Hand washing should be for 20 seconds, using soap and water or hand sanitiser.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands, and avoid close contact with people who are unwell.

Most people can continue to go to work, school and other public places.

You only need to stay away from public places (self-isolate) if advised to by the 111 online coronavirus service or a medical professional.

Nicola Sturgeon said: "If people follow the advice, if we ensure confirmed cases are isolated, that contacts are traced and given appropriate advice, and if the public follow the advice on hand (washing) and other personal hygiene, then we can continue to have a degree of success in stopping the spread from individual to individual, and it is important that we do that for as long as possible."The NHS advises carrying tissues with you and using them to catch your cough or sneeze, before binning the tissue and washing your hands or using sanitiser gel.


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