According to the latest government statistics, NHS Grampian has recorded 101 new Covid cases, which is the highest figure in almost six months.
The figures for the last 24 hours are the highest since the health board recorded 126 new cases on January 24.
Meanwhile, NHS Highland recorded 30 and NHS Shetland reported two new cases of the virus.
There have been no new cases found in Orkney or the Western Isles.
Scotland as a whole recorded 1,205 new cases of the virus over the last 24 hours, and there has been no deaths.
The test positivity rate has been recorded as 5.8% after passing 5% at the beginning of the week.
Over the weekend there are no updates on hospitalisations or admissions into intensive care.
As for the Scottish government’s roll-out of the vaccine 3,630,589 people have received the first dose of the vaccination so far, with 2,571,637 having received their second dose.
Those aged 30 and older who live in Aberdeen and had not received their first jab were invited to attend a drop in clinic at P&J Live.
It has been found that the risk of getting Covid after being vaccinated drops sharply 21 days following a first dose.