ALL classes will resume at Glasgow Clyde College's Langside Campus on Thursday morning after a student tested positive for Covid-19.

It was business as usual at the college following the coronavirus diagnosis other than for performing arts, where teaching was suspended for two days.

Bosses said it was a "worrying time" but that the college is following Health Protection Scotland advice.

A spokeswoman said: "We know this is a worrying time for everyone, and we understand the concerns being raised by students.

"We want to assure you that we are in regular, direct contact with Health Protection Scotland, and we are taking advice from public health experts.

"We have been told that the identification of positive cases is to be expected as the virus spreads.

"We are following the advice of the relevant public health bodies and Scottish and UK governments and the college will remain open and teaching will continue.

"This is with the exception of performing arts at the Langside campus, where teaching has been suspended for two days, and will resume at 9am on Thursday morning.

"We urge all students to follow the hygiene guidance being shared across all the campuses."