BBC Scotland and the Herald keeping you up-to-date if not that informed.
994? Is that bad, better? 60 deaths is clearly terrible but how much?
Well, put your thinking cap on:
994 is 161 down from the previous day and 1 655 down from the peak of 2 649 on the 7th of January. The 7 day average is down for the 22nd day in a row.
60 deaths can never be good but it is the first fall, after a day when registration offices were open, since January 12th.
142 were in intensive care, down 2 and down for the 9th day in a row, from 161 on the 21st January.
1 952 people are in hospital with recently confirmed COVID-19, down 6 and down for the 8th day in a row, from 2 053 on the 22nd.
Across the UK, there have been 1 200 deaths and 23 275 new cases. Figures for England alone are not obvious. The UK has 12.5 times the population of Scotland but today had 20 times the deaths and 23 times the new cases.