Four more cases of E.coli have been confirmed following an outbreak at a nursery in Aberdeenshire.
Seven people, four babies and three adults, have now been hit by the bug at the Rose Lodge Nursery in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire.
NHS Grampian said there are also another four suspected cases involving children.
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 Tuesday.
On Friday three babies were taken into the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital. Another child was later discharged.
The trust said its investigation into pinpointing the source of the bug was not focused solely on the nursery.
Around 40 children attend the nursery at any one time.
The nursery has said it is working closely with the Health Protection Team and Environmental Health and was following all issued guidance.
The facility has remained open to unaffected families with children over two years old.
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