Fife is remaining under level three coronavirus restrictions for a third consecutive week.
The Kingdom has been in the second-top tier since November 13, due to a rise in case numbers.
The latest review applies for the period up to Friday December 4, with a further review set to take place in a week's time.
Nicola Sturgeon confirmed the news in the Scottish Parliament this afternoon, where she also said that no changes would apply to any other council area in Scotland, with the exception of East Lothian - which moved from level three to level two earlier today.
More to follow.