Scotland’s coronavirus death toll has risen by three in the past 24 hours.
It comes after the number of daily cases soared by a further 350.
The Western isles was the only health board in the country to record 0 cases.
Fife saw a rise of 21, while Tayside rose by eight.
According to Scottish government figures, sixty four people were in hospital on Friday – nine in intensive care.
The latest figures come after the First Minister warned that tighter restrictions could be issued to combat a rise in cases.
Nicola Sturgeon said “greater restrictions” might be needed as Scottish cases continue to rise, while trying to prevent a full-scale lockdown.
Speaking at the daily coronavirus briefing in Edinburgh yesterday, Ms Sturgeon said: “If we want to avoid another full-scale lockdown – which all of us do – doing nothing almost certainly isn’t an option.
“We have to consider now whether some national restrictions – we have national restrictions in place already, the six-two rule is a national restriction – do we need to have more national restriction?”