More than 60 people have been flown ashore from a North Sea platform after an outbreak of coronavirus.
Four offshore workers tested positive for Covid-19 on a floating hotel platform at Shearwater around 140 miles from Aberdeen.
The first positive test was confirmed on Monday with the following three coming two days later.
A further 61 people were flown ashore as a precaution.
A Shell spokesperson said: “Our priority is the health and wellbeing of our people and contractors, and safe operations across all our activities.
“We are taking all appropriate precautions, in line with our procedures and national protocols related to coronavirus.”