After multiple cases of Covid-19 among workers emerged, a major supermarket in northwest Glasgow is currently searching for contacts.
Tesco acknowledged that it had affected its Extra store on Maryhill Road, but dismissed reports that after displaying symptoms, a manager had turned up for work.
A spokeswoman for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde stated that a contact search was underway at the shop.
“A Tesco spokesperson said, “A small number of colleagues have tested positive for Covid-19 in our Glasgow Maryhill Extra store.
More than 60,000 confirmed cases every day in the United Kingdom, the first time since the pandemic started,
“Their close contacts were told.
Our top priority is the welfare of our staff, clients and suppliers and we collaborate with local health authorities, meeting all government directives and taking the necessary precautions.
“We have extensive measures in place across our stores to ensure everyone’s safety, including safety screens at every checkout, social distancing signs and regular cleaning.”
Test and Secure is carrying out touch tracing of COVID-19 cases related to Tesco Maryhill, said a spokeswoman for NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde.
“To respect and maintain patient confidentiality, no further details are being released, but we can confirm that those identified as cases or contacts to date have been instructed to isolate themselves.”