Covid-19 curve flattening in north-east with no new cases

No new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the NHS Grampian region which covers Moray, as of 23 May.

This is the first time there has been a zero increase overnight since lockdown began and our own tracing of the ‘curve’ shows that it does finally appear to be flattening out in the region.

As well as Moray, the NHS Grampian areas also includes Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen, the third largest city on Scotland after Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Similarly, as of 23 May, there have been no new cases recorded in Shetland, Orkney and the Western isles.

North-east infections now sit at 1223 total since the beginning of March.

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