TWENTY eight new confirmed Covid cases in Shetland have been reported in today’s (Tuesday) daily update.
Across Scotland a further 17,259 cases have been confirmed, although there continues to be delays in turnaround times.
A total of 1,147 people were in hospital in Scotland yesterday (Monday) with recently confirmed Covid-19.
NHS Shetland’s interim director of public health Dr Susan Laidlaw said prior to new year that most people in the isles with Covid were experiencing mild symptoms, if any at all.
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