New data released by the National Records of Scotland (NRS) has revealed the areas of Grampian hardest hit by Covid-19.
Across Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray there have been 262 deaths where coronavirus has been listed on the death certificate.
This is an increase of two on the figures up to July 31, with one death in Stonehaven South and one in the Rafford, Dallas, Dyke to Dava area of Moray.
The latest data from the NRS covers up to August 31.
The area in Aberdeenshire with the highest number of is Peterhead Harbour, with 22 deaths. The second highest area in the shire is Westhill North and South with 11 deaths.
The worst-hit area in Aberdeen is Woodside with 18 deaths, Torry West was second with 15 deaths.
When the population of a zone is taken into account, the hardest-hit region in the north-east is Woodside, with Peterhead Harbour second, and Torry West third.
The north-east is broken down into 132 zones, with 43 of those recording no deaths linked to Covid-19.
Meanwhile in the Highlands and Islands, there have been 60 deaths linked to Covid-19 since March 1. There were no additional deaths in August.
The area with the highest number of deaths remains Skye North East, with 11. The east and west mainland of Shetland, Inverness Scorguie and Inverness Muirtown are the next hardest hit with four deaths.
There have still been no deaths in the Western Isles.
The Highlands and Islands have been broken down into 78 unique zones, almost 60% of these have not recorded any deaths because of Covid-19.