Another six people were tested positive for coronavirus across Ayrshire in the last 24 hours.

There are now 952 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across Ayrshire and Arran since the pandemic started.

There are currently 41 people being treated in hospital, an increase of two, with five people in intensive care, a decrease of two.

Another 28 tragic deaths were recorded as of Sunday, May 10 now totalling 220 - with 98 of these in care homes, 103 in hospitals and 19 either at home or elsewhere.

In North Ayrshire 75 people have died, with 61 deaths in East Ayrshire and 84 in South Ayrshire.

The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirmed today there was now 14,117 positive cases in Scotland with an increase of 188. 

There is 1,480 patients in hospital with a suspected or confirmed case, decreasing by 54, with 71 now being treated in intensive care, rising by one.

3,253 people have been discharged from hospital after receiving treatment for the virus since 5 March.

A further 34 people who tested positive have died, taking the total to 2,007 deaths in Scotland by that measure.

The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon reiterated the stay at home message, when she gave her update today.

She said: "I'm going to make no apology for taking this carefully and cautiously with public health and saving lives absolutley at the centre of what I do.

"If we do things too quickly and this virus takes off again, not only will more people die unnecessarily, which I'm not prepared to take the risk of, but equally we'll all end up on lockdown a lot longer and that will not be good for the economy so getting these decisions right is really important."