A further 558 people in Scotland have been diagnosed with the coronavirus with 24 positive tests being returned in the NHS Ayrshire & Arran region.
In the latest figures, a total of 26,518 positive tests have been recorded since the end of February from 750,529 tests carried out.
The data was published this afternoon by the Scottish Government as part of its daily briefing on how COVID-19 is impacting the nation.
A total of 255 of the new cases have been announced in the NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde region.
NHS Lothian has reported another 119 positive tests with 61 further cases in NHS Lanarkshire and 31 from NHS Tayside.
Scotland's death toll remains at 2,510 as no data on further deaths in the last 24 hours was available due to "technical difficulties".
However, data from the National Records of Scotland (NRS) shows 4,247 deaths had been registered up to Sunday, September 20 where the disease was mentioned on the death certificate.
The number of positive coronavirus cases recorded in NHS Ayrshire & Arran is up to 1,591.
There are fewer than five patients, within the health board's region, in intensive care with confirmed COVID-19.
However, the number of people in hospital with confirmed coronavirus at midnight stands at five.
Confirmed coronavirus cases by health board:
Ayrshire and Arran – 1,591
Borders – 487
Dumfries and Galloway – 370
Fife – 1,200
Forth Valley – 1,363
Grampian – 2,171
Greater Glasgow and Clyde – 8,028
Highland – 609
Lanarkshire – 4,025
Lothian – 4,244
Shetland – 60
Tayside – 2,337
Orkney – 20
Western Isles – 13
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