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A total of 34 more Covid-19 cases have been confirmed across the NHS Highland area over the past 24 hours.
THE seven day Covid rate across Highland Council has fallen to below 100 new infections per 100,000 people, but Caithness had at least 26 fresh cases.
Edward Mountain MSP has welcomed the launch of a new £7m fund to support B&Bs and self-catering properties impacted by Covid-19 restrictions.
Caithness Community Connections have been serving up around 80 hot meals a day for many local residents struggling with another lockdown.
NHS Highland has recorded a further 46 positive tests for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours.
There were 25 positive tests for Covid in Thurso and the north-west of the county in the latest seven-day period recorded by Public Health Scotland.
There have been 42 additional confirmed coronavirus cases in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, new figures have shown.
NHS Highland is asking hospital visitors to wear fluid resistant surgical masks to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.
EIGHT Covid patients in the NHS Highland area are now in intensive care – the highest local number of the entire pandemic.
SHOCKED health workers fear lives could be at risk after ambulance bosses ordered them to take students into vehicles in Caithness and Sutherland.
Age Scotland is warning older people to be on the look-out for Covid related scams after recent reports of 'heartless' tricks.