More than 3,070 new cases of Covid and one new death from the virus have been recorded in the past 24 hours.

According to the latest figures from the Scottish Government, 3,077 new cases of Covid-19 have been registered since Saturday - the fifth day in a row daily cases have been above 3,000.

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In the past 24 hours one new death has been reported of someone who tested positive for the virus over the past 28 days - Though the number of deaths recorded at the weekend is generally lower as registry office are not open.


The total death toll according to the measure used by the Scottish Government now stands at 9,375.

Separate figures produced by National Records of Scotland (NRS) which record the number of deaths where Covid was mentioned on a death certificate, put the figure at 11,818 as of November 7.

NRS figures include deaths where “suspected” or “probable” Covid-19 appears on the death certificate.

Of the 31,384 new tests for Covid-19 carried out which reported results in the past 24 hours – 10.3 % were positive.

A total of 56 people are currently being treated in intensive care with a recently confirmed Covid-19, with 765 in hospital who had recently contracted the virus overall.

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A total of 4,327,340 people have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccination and 3,924,870 have received their second dose. 


Scottish Governent Coronavirus statistics at a glance for 14 November

3,077 new cases of COVID-19 reported

31,384 new tests for COVID-19 that reported results

10.3 % of these were positive

1 new reported death(s) of people who have tested positive (noting that Register Offices are now generally closed at weekends)

56 people were in intensive care yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19

765 people were in hospital yesterday with recently confirmed COVID-19

4,327,340 people have received the first dose of the Covid vaccination and 3,924,870 have received their second dose