In the last 24 hours, there have been 21 deaths linked to the coronavirus in Scotland, with 7,833 new cases.
On Friday, 1,540 people with recently confirmed Covid-19 were in hospitals across Scotland, down four from the day before, with 46 in intensive care.
According to the most recent figures, Scotland has had 21 coronavirus-related deaths and 7,833 new cases in the last 24 hours.
It means that the total number of people who have died as a result of testing positive for the virus in the last 28 days has risen to 10,059.
A PCR positive test (either a PCR test alone or a PCR test after an LFD test) was used to identify 4,469 new cases.
Since Thursday, the Scottish Government has published figures that include cases identified using either a first lateral flow device or a positive PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test.
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On Friday, 1,540 people with recently confirmed Covid-19 were admitted to hospitals, down four from the day before, with 46 in intensive care, down four.
So far, 4,397,912 people have gotten their first dose of Covid-19, 4,064,533 have gotten their second dose, and 3,184,700 have gotten their third dose or booster.