The number of people confirmed to have coronavirus who have died in Scotland has increased by 10, the Scottish Government has announced.
A total of 1,857 patients have died after testing positive, with 13,486 people having tested positive for the virus overall, up by 181 from 13,305 the day before.
There are 82 people in intensive care with coronavirus or coronavirus symptoms, a decrease of 11 on Saturday.
Despite the comparatively small number of deaths recorded, the First Minister has previously said numbers are often reduced due to a lack of death registration at weekends.
There are 1,484 people in hospital with confirmed or suspected Covid-19, including those who are in intensive care, a drop of 101 from the Saturday total of 1,585.
Since March 5, 3,100 people who have tested positive for coronavirus have been able to leave hospital, which includes 84 people since Saturday.
The figures were released before First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was due to give her daily coronavirus briefing, where she is expected to address any possible changes to the lockdown measures.
This week, Ms Sturgeon said the Scottish Government was only considering one such change, the loosening of exercise restrictions to allow people to leave their home for more than one hour per day.
The statistics come on a day where arguments have raged between the UK Government and the devolved administrations about a change in messaging.
On Saturday night, reports emerged of a change being made by the UK Government to its coronavirus slogan, from “stay home, protect the NHS, save lives”, to “stay alert, control the virus, save lives”.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to outline a “road map” on Sunday evening for the path out of lockdown.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman said on the BBC’s Politics Scotland programme that the Scottish Government was not consulted about the change, adding: “If I’m perfectly frank, I have no idea what ‘stay alert’ actually means.”
In a pair of tweets on Sunday morning, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon also voiced her disapproval at the change.
In the first, she said: “The Sunday papers is the first I’ve seen of the PM’s new slogan.
“It is of course for him to decide what’s most appropriate for England, but given the critical point we are at in tackling the virus, #StayHomeSaveLives remains my clear message to Scotland at this stage.”
In the second, the First Minister reiterated the previous slogan in capital letters.
Senior politicians from Northern Ireland and Wales also voiced their disapproval at the change.