FREE parking at a Glasgow hospital has been extended to next year. 

Staff, visitors, and guests to the Royal Infirmary will not have to pay charges until January. 

The scheme, launched in March, has been extended by Health Secretary Jeane Freeman.

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Ms Freeman said: “As we continue to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic, I am pleased that we are able to extend the free car parking arrangements until January. 

"This extension continues to support staff and remove the barriers to our staff working during these unprecedented times."