Nurses from across Scotland have protested over pay at demonstrations in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Inverness.
The protesters also paid tribute to colleagues who have died in the fight against Covid-19 at the “NHS Workers say No!” events.
NHS medical and dental workers, GPs and general dental practitioners in Scotland will receive a 2.8% pay rise, backdated to 1 April.
However, nurses and junior doctors were not included because they agreed a separate three-year deal in 2018.
It came after the UK government announced almost 900,000 public sector workers will get rises of up to 3.1%.
The Scottish government said nurses received a 2.95% pay increase this year and it is now working with the NHS unions to agree a timetable on next year’s pay deal.
Demonstrators attending the Glasgow protest wore face masks and held two-metre lengths of blue ribbon to demonstrate social distancing.