That means the death toll since last March – of people who first tested positive for the virus in the previous 28 days – remains the same at 7,664.
There are currently 81 people in hospital confirmed to have the virus, four being treated in intensive care.
The total number of positive cases since the start of the pandemic stands at 231,282.
To date, 3,108,819 people have received their first vaccination and 1,828,930 have received a second vaccine.
The figures come as Nicola Sturgeon warned Scots not to travel to Spain this summer despite the lifting of restrictions on British travelers from Monday.
The Prime Minister said that even if there is a traffic light system in countries that are safe to go to, no one should go abroad unless they really have to.
It was also announced on Friday that Glasgow will remain in Tier 3 restrictions for an additional week in a bid to deal with an increase in covid cases.
Moray was also kept at level 3 when the restrictions were relaxed, but has now been brought down to level 2.
The current vaccination program has now reached a large part of the population.
It has now emerged that both vaccines are effective against the Indian variant.
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