Scotland Coronavirus Tracker

Last Updated: 14th April

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In Hospital





New Cases and Deaths by Date Reported

Daily Increase by Council Area


April 14th at a Glance

  • Testing
  • Cases
  • Hospital/ICU
  • Deaths
Today, 24,794 new tests were reported, which is an increase from yesterdays figure of 15,354. From those 24,794, 1.31% were positive.

We are currently conducting an average of 19,335 tests per day. This is an increase from this time last week, when it was 19,033 a day. Over the past 7 days, 1.61% of all tests conducted have been positive. This is a decrease from this time a week ago, when that figure was 2.02%.

Today brought 278 new positives cases, which is an increase from yesterdays figure of 221 new positive cases.

In total, there are now 222,660 confirmed cases in Scotland. This means that at least 4.08% of the population have been infected with the virus, although the actual number is likely to be much higher.

There are currently 119 people in hospitals throughout Scotland who have tested positive for the virus. This is 14 fewer than yesterday, and 73 fewer than a week ago.

From that 119 number, 20 are currently in ICU. This is the same as yesterday, but 1 fewer than a week ago.

Today sadly brought 3 new deaths, which is the same as yesterday.

The total number of confirmed deaths from the virus is currently at 7,636. If we also take into account deaths where no positive test was conducted, but it was still presumed/suspected that the virus was a cause of death, then the total is at least 10,031.

Percentage in Scotland who…

have been tested


roughly every 1 in 3 people

have tested positive


roughly every 1 in 25 people

have lost their lives


roughly every 1 in 720 people

Testing by Day

Percentage of Tests Positive
Tests Conducted

Total Tests Conducted



Percentage of Tests Positive



Past 7 Days


Individual People Tested




Daily Increases

Vaccinated with First Dose



That is 49.3% of Scotland,

and 59.3% of all Scottish Adults

Vaccinated with Second Dose



That is 11.6% of Scotland,

and 14.0% of all Scottish Adults

Status of Scottish Population Vaccinated

Percentage of Population Vaccinated by Day

Vaccinations by Age Group

In Total
Past 7 Days

Vaccination Coverage by Priority Group

Hospital Admissions by Age Group

Hospital and ICU by Day

Currently In Hospital
New Admissions

New Daily Cases and Deaths by Specimen Date


New Cases and Deaths by Age Group


7 Day Case Rate in each Age Group, Per 100k Population

Status of Positive Cases

Running Totals by Day

Vaccinations by Type

Scottish ‘R’ Number

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Me! I’m John, a 25-year-old student and Cat lover at the University of the Highlands and Islands. I started tracking the Coronavirus (COVID-19) data in a spreadsheet out of interest, which eventually led to me making this web page. 

Rather than buying a new domain to host it, I just added it to my ‘Travelling Tabby’ website. This is a travel blog, and has absolutely nothing to do with the Coronavirus. Still, feel free to look around!

If you’re interested in visiting Scotland, maybe check out my Scotland page! If you are Scottish, then you could visit one of the other destination pages to get some ideas of where to go once this all blows over. 🙂 

If you need to contact me, you can visit my contact page here, use the contact form on this page, or email me at [email protected]. I will try to respond when I can, although I’m quite busy right now and get a lot of emails, so replies may take a week or two!

Loads! I’ve got a page here to track UK specific and worldwide data.

Here are some other ones I have bookmarked:

Coronainfo – Additional UK Data

Worldometers – Worldwide Data

Who – Worldwide Data

NYT – USA Data

Yeah! I routinely post different types of charts and comparisons on Twitter!

Also, Here is a link to the spreadsheet I useFeel free to download a copy! It’s not very well laid out, and I’m normally messing around with something in it.. so if you see any random numbers just ignore them!

There’s not much ‘new’ data on there, it is just the current stuff on this page and a lot of historical data. But I’m sure some people will have a use for it 🙂

ScotGov also provide more information than I mention on my website. You can view the rest of that here

NRS provide a monthly report on all Coronavirus deaths, and include more than I mention on my website. You can view that here.

HPS also provide a weekly report, which shows more information about who is being infected, who is being hospitalized, etc! You can view that here

HPS has also recently created a dashboard here, with lots of additional information. The data on their page is mostly based on specimen date (the date the test was conducted), whereas the data on my page is mostly using the reported date (the date the result of the test was conducted). That is why the numbers may not exactly match up!

Sorry! A lot of people have this issue, and I have no idea what is causing it. My only suggestion would be to try viewing the page on another browser, as it just seems to be Firefox on Mac that doesn’t work. If you can, try to refresh your cache and see if it works better after that!

It’s a WordPress site, built with Elementor. That covers most of the page, but all the graphs/charts/tables are embeds from a range of different places! 

These are Datawrapper, Flourish, and Everviz. The Datawrapper and Flourish charts will mention their name in the footer, and if there’s no mention, it is an Everviz chart. Oh, and the non Datawrapper maps are made with the MapSVG plugin!

I’d be happy to answer any other questions about it, but it is quite simple. A lot of manual data entry! 

Additional Information / Clarifications

When someone tests positive in Scotland, the case is assigned to an NHS health board region. Normally by their postcode, but if there’s no postcode available, then they are assigned to the health board in which they took the test. 

So even if there’s no postcode available for the person who tested positive, the case will still be counted. And as a result, the daily health board increases we get told about will exactly match the nationwide increase. 

The case will also be assigned to the relevant council area, again going off their postcode. However, if there’s no postcode available, then this infection won’t be assigned to any council region. As a result, the council region totals won’t sum to match the nationwide total, and the sum of the council areas within a health board may not match the actual health board figure. E.g, we might see 15 new cases reported in the ‘Highlands’ health board, but only 13 cases reported between the ‘Highlands’ and ‘Argyll & Bute’ council areas. That would mean there are 2 extra cases within the Highlands health board, but they’ve just not been assigned to a specific council area. 

To make things more confusing, I think postcodes can be assigned at a later date, which results in the council area having an ‘increase’, which actually happened weeks ago. Again using the above example, we might see the ‘Highlands’ health board report 15 new cases in a day, and the ‘Highlands’ and ‘Argyll & Bute’ council areas report 20 new cases between them. So 5 old cases were added to the council area totals, which were already counted in the health board at a previous date. 

So if you see the council area infections not matching the nationwide totals, then this will be why! To give a better representation of the daily increases, I try to add in those unknown cases into my “Total by Council Area and NHS Region” chart, under the “New Cases Today” tab as “unknown” cases. But if the council areas sum to a figure greater than the health board figure, then there’s nothing I can really do about that.

For a full overview of what is included in the vaccination priority groups, please see the page here, or here. But in short:

Age groups are based on the individuals age on the 31st of March 2021. 

The figure for Care Home Residents will be updated on a monthly basis to account for new residents entering homes, and also to remove residents who have passed away. When this happens, you may see the percentage of people vaccinated in this group drop down.

The figure for Care Home Staff does not include those vaccinated in GP practices, so will be an undercount. 

The figure for Healthcare Workers is for select roles within the NHS only, including: registered NHS staff within the job family nursing/midwifery, medical and dental, ambulance services, Allied Health Professions and registered GPs; registered Scottish Social Services Council staff. More healthcare staff than this have been vaccinated, but the above groups are the only ones with a population figure attached to them, so they’re the only ones we can calculate a percentage vaccinated for. 

The figure for Social Care Workers covers registered Scottish Social Services Council Staff. Similar to the healthcare workers figure above, more social care staff than this will be vaccinated.

The CEV (Clinically Extremely Vulnerable) group is made up of everyone on the shielders list, and the figures here will also be updated once a month to account for removals/additions to the number of individuals on the list.

The Vulnerable Under 65s group consists of everyone between the age of 16 & 64 with an underlying health condition that makes them especially vulnerable to the virus. I believe this is also updated on a monthly basis to account for removals/additions to the number of individuals on the list.

Unpaid carers are also a priority, included in group 6 with vulnerable under 65s. But there is no population estimate figure available for this group, so a percentage coverage figure cannot be calculated. 


The data on this page is mostly obtained from official sources, and it is accurate to the best of my knowledge. However, I am only human! I sometimes make miscalculations, or typos. Don’t always take the information on this page as fact and base decisions off it. 

All the sources are listed above, as is the spreadsheet I make all my calculations in, so feel free to double check the data and let me know if you think something isn’t correct!

This website is not associated with the Scottish government, UK government, NHS, or any other organization. It is just run by an individual.

Please stay safe and keep following the rules for just a few more months! We are going to beat this virus. :)