THE latest figures from the Scottish Government reveal that there are now 416 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Scotland, up from 373 yesterday.

The number of deaths has also risen from 7 to 10.

The Scottish Government confirmed that 8679 people have been tested for Covid-19 so far.

Earlier today, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon tweeted that the best thing you could do for your mother this Mother's Day was to stay home.

Scottish Government advice remains that the public should continue to socially distance themselves where they can.

In Wales, the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases has increased to 347, after a further 71 patients tested positive, Dr Giri Shankar, of Public Health Wales, said.

“Starting tomorrow, Welsh Government will be writing to all the GPs and vulnerable individuals in Wales with the details of the shielding guidance published.

“Members of the public should continue to follow the latest public health advice on social isolation if they have symptoms of the coronavirus infection, however mild, and the social distancing guidance to reduce the risk of transmission.”