There have been a total of 2,464 new positive cases of Covid-19.

A further 17,328 tests reported results, of which 15.2% were positive. 

The Scottish Government has limited the data published over holiday weekends to the number of cases and the positivity rate. 

Other figures from the weekend, including deaths, will be published on Tuesday. 

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First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to make a statement in Parliament tomorrow at 2pm following a surge in coronavirus cases. 

She warned on Sunday that the next few weeks ahead could prove to be the "most dangerous since the start of the pandemic". 

The highly-transmissible variant of Covid-19 has resulted in "very serious concerns" that Scotland's NHS could be similarly overwhelmed as that in parts of England.

Ms Sturgeon also urged people to continue to follow coronavirus guidance. 

"For now, please continue to take Covid seriously - it is a real threat to life and health and, if it runs out of control, it damages the economy more too," she wrote on Twitter.

"Please stay at home as much as possible and avoid non-essential interactions with other households."