ANOTHER death of a person who had confirmed Covid has been registered in Shetland.
It was included in today’s (Tuesday) Scottish Government update. Data shows the death was registered on 1 February.
These statistics include people who died within 28 days of their first confirmed report of Covid-19.
The last Covid related death in Shetland was registered in mid-January.
Meanwhile another high number of new Covid cases have been confirmed in Shetland.
A total of 79 cases have been newly reported, which is broken down into 75 lateral flow tests and four PCRs.
Across Scotland just over 6,600 new cases have been reported.
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