Three people died in Scotland from adverse side-effects of coronavirus vaccines, according to the latest official statistics.
National Records of Scotland figures show the underlying cause of the deaths has been adverse effects of Covid-19 vaccines.
This is in the context of 2.81 million people having been given at least one dose by April 30, according to statistics from Public Health Scotland.
The statistics also showed Scotland recorded six coronavirus deaths between May 10 and May 16, a drop of one on the previous week.
One death was of someone aged 75 or over and the other five deaths were of people aged under 65.
It means 10,109 deaths have been registered in Scotland where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
North Lanarkshire recorded three coronavirus-related deaths, Glasgow recorded two deaths, while Perth and Kinross recorded one death.
Four deaths occurred in hospitals, one death occurred in a care home, and one in a non-institutional setting such as at home.
There were 32 excess deaths in the previous week, representing 3% above the five-year average for this week.