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Coronavirus (COVID-19) data

A current priority for Public Health Scotland is to support the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in Scotland with relevant and timely guidance and information.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) number of cases and deaths in Scotland

This provides daily updated data on the number of laboratory confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Scotland and the number of deaths in individuals who were laboratory confirmed with coronavirus (COVID-19). Data is also provided on the laboratory confirmed cases at the level of Scotland, NHS Board and Local Authority.

You can view coronavirus (COVID-19) data on your desktop or you can view the coronavirus (COVID-19) data on your mobile device. You can also access the coronavirus (COVID-19) data tables. 

You can view the coronavirus (COVID-19) open data on the Scottish Health and Social Care Open Data portal.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) wider impacts to the health care system

This provides a high level overview of how the COVID-19 response is impacting more widely on health and health inequalities. The initial version focuses on hospital admissions, unscheduled care and volume of calls to NHS24. You can view the data presented by age, sex, deprivation quintile, specialty, elective versus emergency and by geographical location. Further data will be added as it becomes available and the dashboard will be updated weekly, aligned to the release of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) weekly report for Scotland.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) weekly report for Scotland

The coronavirus (COVID-19) weekly report provides information about the spread of the disease and the activity in NHS Scotland to tackle it. 

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Scottish Intensive Care Society Audit Group Report

This report describes the admission frequency, demographics, activity and outcomes for patients with COVID-19 disease admitted to Scottish intensive care units.

Guidance for professionals and public

Health Protection Scotland (HPS) continues to update its guidance for health protection teams and healthcare practitioners as the situation evolves, as well as providing guidance for non-healthcare settings including schools, places of detention, and separate guidance for social care settings.

Always check the guidance to ensure that any guidance you are using is the latest version.