The number of coronavirus cases in Scotland has risen 373 to 416.

8679 tests were carried out with 416 being positive.

In the past 24 hours, there have been three more deaths with the total number of fatalities rising to 10 people. 

The announcement comes following advice that saw pubs, restaurants, clubs and more close in a bid to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Greater Glasgow and Clyde have the highest number of cases 130 positive tests. 

Below is the number of cases per health board:

Ayrshire and Arran 25

Borders 11

Dumfries and Galloway 16

Fife 16

Forth Valley 30

Grampian 23

Greater Glasgow and Clyde 130

Highland 8

Lanarkshire 49

Lothian 46

Shetland 24

Tayside 38

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On Friday evening, the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said that she expected cases of Covid-19 to rise sharply. 

She said everyone must act now to slow the spread of the virus, adding that we must also reduce the number of people we meet and come into contact with.

READ MORE: Coronavirus in Scotland: Number of Covid-19 cases increases to 373

This morning, the UK government said it will enforce a greater lockdown in public areas across UK if people do not follow medical advice to stay at home and self-isolate.

Would-be tourists are being urged to avoid beaches and other holiday destinations in the UK to limit the spread of coronavirus.