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The number of confirmed positive tests for coronavirus in the NHS Highland area has fallen after the Scottish Government corrected its daily figures.
A total of 111 people have died in the NHS Highland area from either confirmed or suspected Covid-19 – an increase of four from a week ago.
No new Covid-19 cases were recorded in the NHS Highland area in the past 24 hours, according to latest figures released by the Scottish Government.
The staff of Caithness General Hospital in Wick took advantage of Monday's sunny weather to step outside and give a resounding clap for the community.
The UK Government has announced an unprecedented package of support to protect jobs and support business across the UK during the coronavirus outbreak
Groups of volunteers have been beavering away to keep on top of matters at a popular Caithness woodland.
With the government restrictions of lockdown being gradually eased at the end of last week there has been a tentative return to local beaches.
The NHS Highland area's four-day run without freshly confirmed cases of Covid-19 has ended after one more person was diagnosed with the virus.
Covid-19 lockdown restrictions could be reimposed after a wave of people broke the guidance over the weekend, according to Nicola Sturgeon.
Plans for a Thrumster dairy to bring back doorstep deliveries to the county have met with a "fantastic" response locally.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed life for everyone in Scotland and had a real impact on how many of us are feeling.
A mum in Thurso received a special gift from her neighbours in recognition of the selfless work she has done throughout the lockdown.