Six firefighters have tested positive for coronavirus at a station in Glasgow.
The workers at Springburn Fire Station began self-isolating after contracting Covid-19.
An internal report has been carried out by the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS), which has now been forwarded to the Health and Safety Executive.
Roddie Keith, Glasgow local senior officer at the SFRS, said: “We are working hard to maintain an essential emergency service for communities during this pandemic whilst also ensuring the safety of our workforce.
“As part of this effort, we have robust arrangements in place for any staff who are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.
“This includes access to testing and I can confirm that six firefighters at Springburn Fire Station in Glasgow recently tested positive for the virus.
“All of our staff members who tested positive then followed national health guidance in relation to self-isolating.
“They continue to receive the full support of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service.”
Specialist contractors were brought in to carry out a thorough clean of the station and appliances, as part of efforts to reduce the chances of any further spread of the virus.
Mr Keith added: “The station remains fully operational and I would like to pay tribute to our staff at Springburn who have worked through this challenging time in a highly professional manner.”