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Scottish coronavirus death toll rises to 10 as cases hit 54 across Tayside and Fife

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Ten people have now died from coronavirus in Scotland – and a total of 54 people have contracted the disease across Tayside and Fife.

The latest Scottish Government figures show the total number of confirmed covid-19 cases in Tayside is 38 and 16 in Fife.

It is a rise of seven across Courier country.

The Scottish death toll has spiralled from seven on Saturday to 10 on Sunday.

Across the country the number of people who have contracted covid-19 has risen to 416 – up from 373. This is a rise of 43 cases.

On Saturday, the number of confirmed cases across Courier country was 47 – 34 in Tayside and 13 in Fife.

A total of 8679 people have been tested for covid-19 across Scotland.

Saturday’s figures for the whole of the UK revealed that 5,018 people had tested positive for covid-19 with 233 patients dying as a result. These figures will be updated later on Sunday.

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