A number of Glasgow paramedics have tested positive for coronavirus in the past few weeks. 

It has prompted several employees at the Glasgow South station to self-isolate as a precaution.

The Scottish Ambulance Service has emphasised strict cleaning guidelines are in place at the station. 

Test and Protect staff will inform patients who have come in contact with affected staff.

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A spokesman said: "A number of Scottish Ambulance Service staff at Glasgow South station are self-isolating as a precaution after a few members of staff over the last few weeks have tested positive for Covid-19.

"All staff wear appropriate PPE which reduces the risk of transmission from clinicians or patients, therefore no patients would be at any risk.

"There are also strict guidelines in place for station and vehicle cleaning to avoid the transmission of any type of infections.

“Meanwhile, Health Protection Scotland will follow Test and Protect procedures to inform patients who came into contact with SAS staff and we have robust procedures in place to ensure there are appropriate resources in place.”