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A further six new cases of Covid-19 have been detected across the NHS Highland region.
Cases have increased by 1018 across Scotland over the same 24-hour period
Head looks to strike conciliatory tone after weekend disturbances in Grantown
Jeane Freeman said as many as a million people could get a Covid jab by January though no vaccine has yet been approved
'With that vaccination programme we hope that in a matter of months we hope we will have Covid well under control if we are being optimistic'
The rise comes as 1089 coronavirus infections were detected across Scotland in the past day
It will also be a chance to show off the attraction after a make-over by volunteers
But in a major positive development HLH currently projects a much smaller deficit this year due to Covid
Eight people from three households will be able to meet outdoors in Highlands
No change confirmed for easyJet Inverness services despite airline's £1.2b shortfall
First Minister also confirmed that Scotland passed the 'sombre and distressing milestone' of 5000 deaths linked to Covid