The number of new Covid-19 cases in Scotland has risen by 344, as one more death has been recorded.
New figures released by the Scottish Government suggest that the spread of the virus has slowed slightly in the past 24 hours, with the rate of new positive tests falling to 9.1% of all those screened, compared to 11.5% reported on Saturday.
Again, the highest increase was in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde health board area, where a further 172 cases were reported, exactly 50% of the increase for the rest of the country.
Lanarkshire reported a further 58 cases while 40 more were seen in Lothian.
There are 105 people in hospital confirmed to have the virus, up by six in 24 hours.
Of these patients, 12 were in intensive care, one more than the day before.
The figures reported on Sunday are less than half of the new cases reported the day before, when the Scottish Government said 714 infections were recorded.
Meanwhile, Education Secretary John Swinney has urged students stuck in university accommodation not to attempt to return home.
Mr Swinney said on the BBC on Sunday that remaining in halls of residence, which have seen spikes in the spread of the virus, will ensure that Covid-19 does not spread faster among the rest of the country.
He also commended Glasgow University for offering a one-month rent rebate to all students, as well as other increased support including a £50 food payment.
When asked if the Scottish Government should fund similar measures at other universities, Mr Swinney said he and other ministers would listen to proposals brought to them by the institutions.
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