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Everyone in Grampian is being urged to show caution, as cases of Covid-19 continue to increase.
PEOPLE in the north-east are being encouraged to take things at their own pace as Covid restrictions ease.
A TOTAL of 45,000 adults in Moray have been given two doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.
Aberdeenshire will move to Level 1 on Saturday, but concerns are high over case rises from the delta variant.
NHS Grampian is urging people in the town to get tested for the virus.
A research project by Robert Gordon University (RGU) has explored how victims of domestic violence were supported throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.GU
THE total number of cases confirmed in Moray since the outbreak began is now 1790.
53.9 per cent of people aged 18+ in Moray have received both doses of a Covid-19 vaccine.
DOUGLAS Ross is isolating in an Edinburgh hotel.
THE first night back was last Monday.
MORE restrictions will be eased as a result of the change in tier.
THE Fiona Elcock Vaccination Centre will close for a week on June 7.