A Glasgow leisure centre which was closed after a coronavirus sufferer used the facilities is set to reopen.
Scotstoun Sports Campus, which houses Scotstoun rugby stadium, was closed on Saturday after a player on the Scottish women’s rugby team who had contracted the illness used the facilities.
As a result, the women’s Six Nations match between Scotland and France at Scotstoun was cancelled and a number of players and staff self-isolated on medical advice.
Glasgow Life, the agency which operates the city’s leisure facilities, announced plans to reopen as normal at 6am on Monday after a deep cleaning operation.
The news comes as Scotland is now dealing with 18 cases of Covid-19, the illness caused by this strain of coronavirus.
A spokesman for Glasgow Life said: “We are working on preparations to reopen Scotstoun Sports Campus.
“Cleaning measures will be completed today and the venue will reopen to staff and the public tomorrow from 6am as normal.”