There are now 153 postivive cases of Coronavirus across Scotland.

Another 32 patients were tested postitive for the potentially lethal coronavirus with the first Scottish death confirmed on Friday.

The Ayrshire total has remained at six over the past 24 hours.

Large gatherings across Ayrshire are to be cancelled to delay the spread of the coronavirus from Monday with several upcoming events cancelled or postponed already.

Previously patients were described as 'clinically well' and as receiving appropriate clinical care.

Due to patient confidentiality, no other details have been revealed.

NHS Ayrshire and Arran are carrying out drive through COVID-19 testing.

Patients with mild symptoms can drive themselves to a contained area of Crosshouse Hospital for testing, avoiding public transport or walking.

You must have a pre-arranged appointment.

If you believe you may have the coronavirus, you should not go to your GP, any pharmacy or hospital.

Phone your GP practice or NHS 24 (111) if you have returned from a category 1 area within the past 14 days and developed a high temperature, cough or shortness of breath since your return.

For general information call 0800 028 2816.