One more person has tested positive for COVID-19 as part of an existing cluster of cases in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area, taking the total number to 14.

The health board said the individual is a known contact of an earlier case and all cases are experiencing  mild symptoms.

Health and local environmental health staff are working closely to trace any close contacts of the cases.

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde has alredy confirmed that some of the 13 are linked to the Sitel call centre in Motherwell which experienced an outbreak of the virus in July. Others are connected to M&D Green pharmacy in John Wood Street in Port Glasgow and Amazon in Gourock. 

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Some of the cases are also said to visited the The Botany on Maryhill Road in Glasgow City, The Queen of the Loch by Marston's Inn, Lomond Woods Holiday Park and Sweeney’s Cruises in West Dunbartonshire.

Dr Daniel Carter, Consultant in Public Health Medicine and Chair of the IMT, said:  “All those who have tested positive for COVID-19 and their close contacts have been given appropriate advice and are self-isolating. 

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“We would like to remind people of the importance of continuing with the general measures to minimise the risk of COVID-19 to themselves and to others.

"These include social distancing, regular handwashing, and being vigilant for symptoms. Anyone with symptoms should immediately self-isolate and seek a test.

“Anyone who needs to do anything over and above these general measures will be contacted by the Test and Protect service and given specific advice.”