A fourth of Scottish passings connected to coronavirus have happened in care homes, new figures have recommended.
The National Records of Scotland said 962 passings had now been enrolled in Scotland where the infection was referenced on the demise endorsement.
Most of these passings happened in emergency clinic, however 25% were in care homes and 13% in different settings.
In the week from 6 to 12 April, the infection was referenced in 31% of all passings enlisted in Scotland.
The NRS figures give a more extensive image of the effect of the infection on Scotland than the Health Protection Scotland measurements which are declared every day.
The HPS figures, which just reflect cases in emergency clinics where a positive test has been recorded, set the loss of life at 566 on 12 April.
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The new NRS figures said coronavirus had been signed on the demise authentication in 962 cases – 608 of them in the previous week.
Of the aggregate, 596 passings happened in emergency clinics, 237 were in care homes and 128 were in the home or outside of care.
Just shy of 70% of every single enrolled passing including Covid-19 were of individuals matured 75 or over, and just eight of the individuals who kicked the bucket were matured under 45.
The report additionally looks at which regions of Scotland have been most noticeably terrible influenced.
The Covid-19 demise rate is 2.7 per 10,000 of the populace in Greater Glasgow and Clyde, and 2.6 in the Borders. Be that as it may, the rate was 0.8 in Grampian and Western Isles had no recorded passings.