Two babies remain in hospital following an E.coli outbreak at a nursery in Aberdeenshire.
NHS Grampian said the total number of cases following the outbreak at the Rose Lodge Nursery in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, still stood at seven with three adults and four children affected.
Four others suspected of having the virus have been given the all clear.
On Friday three babies were taken into the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. One has since been discharged.
The trust is still continuing its investigations, which do not solely focus on the nursery, with a spokesman stating there was “no news on the source” of the virus.
A baby room at the nursery has been closed in connection with the outbreak.
NHS Grampian said infection control specialists were still investigating and there would be no further update until Wednesday.
The nursery has remained open to unaffected families with children over two years old.