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THE number of Covid-19 patients in NHS Highland hospitals has reached levels not seen since late April, Public Health Scotland data has revealed.
IS your neighbourhood’s rate of coronavirus infection higher or lower than the Highlands’ 178.9 cases per 100,000 people? Read on to find out.
Police in Golspie are urging members of the public not to take matters into their own hands over possible breaches of coronavirus regulations.
There has been a spike in coronavirus cases in north and west Sutherland, an area which up until now has had few if any cases of the virus.
A FURTHER 81 new Covid-19 cases were recorded in the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.
Highland events businesses have until Monday to apply for a share of a £6 million fund to help them cope with Covid
North MP Jamie Stone wants the army to help with the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine.
North MSP Edward Mountain has welcomed Nicola Sturgeon's response to his plea for transplant patients to be prioritised for the Covid-19 vaccine.
COVID outbreaks at three care homes have now infected 51 residents and "a number of staff members", NHS Highland has confirmed.
A FURTHER 68 positive tests for Covid-19 were recorded across the NHS Highland health board area in the past 24 hours.
A major blunder by the Scottish Government could have affected the number of doses of Covid vaccine being supplied to the country.
He has proved his bravery in battle so a coronavirus vaccine was hardly going to faze veteran David Beaumont.