Stroke patients at Glasgow Royal Infirmary have tested positive for coronavirus.
Health bosses confirmed they are dealing with a “small” number of positive cases on the stroke ward at the Glasgow hospital.
It comes after two staff members in the Health Records office were forced to quarantine after testing positive for the virus last week.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde said they have stepped up cleaning and conducted contact tracing.
An NHSGGC spokeswoman said: “We have a small number of positive cases of patients at Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
“We continue to care for these patients and wish them a quick recovery.
“We follow the highest standards of infection control in response to such situations, including the temporary closure of the ward to new admissions, regular enhanced cleaning and conducting contact tracing and isolation where appropriate.
“All of our staff continue to work extremely hard to treat our patients across healthcare settings and we are committed to upholding the highest standards of infection prevention and control and ensuring the latest guidance is followed within NHSGGC.”