The number of coronavirus cases linked to people visiting pubs in a Highland town has risen to 90.
On Monday, NHS Highland said its health protection team had been notified of further cases in Fort William.
However, the health board said notifications linked to the outbreak “have reduced in recent days”.
NHS Highland previously reported that a “large proportion” of the infections were linked to visits to pubs on May 22.
Customers who visited Sunny’s Sports Bar had been identified as close contacts and were advised to self-isolate.
However, those who visited other local bars on that date were told to “remain vigilant” for symptoms and urged to seek a PCR test.
A mobile testing unit that was set up within the Fort William Shinty Club car park has since left, however testing is available at the town’s Scottish Fire and Rescue Service station.
Home testing kits are also available through NHS Inform.
Dr Jenny Wares, consultant in public health medicine at NHS Highland, said: “Although there have been further cases over the last few days we are pleased to say that the overall situation is improving in Fort William.
“The community engagement throughout has been fantastic and I want to thank everyone who booked a test, and also those who have been isolating after being identified as a contact.
“This has been a significant outbreak and it is important that the community remain vigilant for the symptoms of Covid-19. Please continue to follow all guidance from NHS Highland’s contact tracing team.
“If you have been identified as close contact, please self-isolate and get a PCR test. If you are identified as a close contact and your test is negative, you must continue to isolate for ten days as advised.”
To book a test, call 0800 028 2816 or click here.