A Scots abattoir has shut its doors after a surge in coronavirus cases.
The Millers of Speyside slaughterhouse in Grantown, Moray has had 29 cases linked to it, according to the NHS.
It will now close voluntarily for two weeks.
It comes amid another outbreak at a chicken factory in Coupar Angus which shut the 2 Sisters site in the town.
The number of cases connected to the outbreak reached 201 on Wednesday.
Of those, 174 were factory workers and a further 27 were community contacts.
But NHS Highland bosses have said there is little evidence Covid-19 can be transmitted through food.
A spokesman for the health board said: “The total number of confirmed COVID 19 cases within the Grantown community is currently 31, of which 29 are linked with Millers of Speyside abattoir.
“The abattoir has taken the decision to close for a period of two weeks.
“This is a voluntary closure and the company have been cooperating fully with the…