Mobile Covid-19 testing sites will be stationed across the north and north-east of Scotland next week to help keep track of the coronavirus.
NHS Highland will be deploying the mobile test unit, Moves Like Jabber, to Dingwall all next week, while NHS Grampian will set up several sites in major towns across the region.
This is to promote community testing and to get people familiar with using a lateral flow device test kit, which is used to detect Covid-19.
By using mobile units, health boards can reach out to people in local communities that are unable to travel far to get tested.
In the Highlands, the mobile unit will be set up at the Southside Car & Lorry Park on Greenhill Street in Dingwall.
In Grampian a number of sites will set up including in Peterhead, Ellon and Fraserburgh.
A full list of places to get tested in your area is available on the Aberdeenshire Council website.
Local authorities and health boards are keen to see people get tested to give them a better understanding of how Covid-19 is spreading and to take action against it.
Speaking about the deployment of mobile testing units in his area, convener of Highland Council, Bill Lobban, said: “In Highland we now have three mobile testing units available to travel to identified locations with a team of trained staff to deliver testing for people without symptoms.
“Our mobile units can be deployed wherever needed. If mobile units come to your area we encourage you to make use of the testing facilities as this will enable quick detection of any localised cases of Covid-19.
“It also offers reassurance for anyone concerned about potentially being an asymptomatic carrier of the virus.”