CHAS has launched the UK’s first virtual children’s hospice to support children with life-shortening conditions & their families during the coronavirus crisis.
A new ‘Scotland Cares’ campaign has been launched to encourage people to volunteer during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Delivery of eight weeks’ worth of PPE to all GP surgeries. This will begin today and is expected to be completed by the end of the week.
Minister for Mental Health Clare Haughey announced a further £3.8 million to begin to increase the capacity of NHS 24’s telephone and online services.
The PDA has written directly to Jeane Freeman MSP, requesting that she intervene to provide the PPE needed in community pharmacy in Scotland.
The Chief Pharmaceutical Officer of Scotland Rose Marie Parr has paid tribute to all members of the pharmacy family across Scotland.
A new expert group providing additional scientific analysis of the impact of COVID-19 in Scotland has been announced by the First Minister.
Work is underway to increase NHS testing capacity in Scotland, from about 700 samples each day to about 3,200 samples each day by the end of April.
Prioritised testing for coronavirus (COVID-19) will allow key health and social care workers to return to work, Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has announced.
Patients with coronavirus (COVID-19) symptoms are now asked to dial NHS 24 on 111, day or night if their symptoms worsen or do not improve after seven days.