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Rail passengers are encouraged to wear face coverings

Rail passengers are encouraged to wear face coverings

Rail passengers are encouraged to wear face coverings

ScotRail, Network Rail Scotland, and British Transport Police are calling on passengers across the rail network to wear a face covering.


At least 49 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

At least 49 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

At least 49 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

There were at least 49 positive tests for Covid-19 in Caithness during the latest seven-day period recorded by Public Health Scotland.


Council leader's concern over 'very large outbreaks' of Covid

Council leader's concern over 'very large outbreaks' of Covid

Council leader's concern over 'very large outbreaks' of Covid

Highland Council leader Margaret Davidson has expressed her concern at the developing Covid situation across the region.


At least 40 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

At least 40 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

At least 40 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

There were at least 40 positive tests for Covid-19 in Caithness, and 19 in Sutherland, during the latest recorded seven-day period.


Parents contacted after possible Covid case at Wick High School

Parents contacted after possible Covid case at Wick High School

Parents contacted after possible Covid case at Wick High School

A letter sent out to parents of S1 to S3 Wick High School pupils yesterday warned of a possible case of Covid-19 in their child's year group.


Thurso school one of 60 in Highlands to be affected by Covid-19

Thurso school one of 60 in Highlands to be affected by Covid-19

Thurso school one of 60 in Highlands to be affected by Covid-19

Pennyland primary in Thurso is one of 60 schools in the Highlands to be affected by Covid-19.


At least 26 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

At least 26 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

At least 26 Covid cases in Caithness in latest seven-day period

There were at least 26 positive tests for Covid-19 in Caithness during the latest seven-day period recorded by Public Health Scotland.


Council response to Covid-19 outbreaks in Pennyland and other Highland schools

Council response to Covid-19 outbreaks in Pennyland and other Highland schools

Council response to Covid-19 outbreaks in Pennyland and other Highland schools

Highland Council has issued a statement through its chief officer after a third of schools across Highland have been affected by positive Covid-19.


Over 1000 coronavirus cases in Highlands in a week

Over 1000 coronavirus cases in Highlands in a week

Over 1000 coronavirus cases in Highlands in a week

Vigilance plea after over 1000 Covid-19 cases detected across the Highlands in a week


NHS Highland Covid total rises by 185

NHS Highland Covid total rises by 185

NHS Highland Covid total rises by 185

A FURTHER 185 new Covid-19 cases have been recorded across the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.


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