Two individuals have examined positive for coronavirus at RAF Lossiemouth in Moray.
They are believed to be non-airforce workers, working for the contractor Volker Fitzpatrick at the bottom.
Those concerned weren’t exhibiting any signs of Covid-19 however have been picked up throughout common testing of the Volker Fitzpatrick workforce.
RAF officers stated the work of the bottom had not been affected however that every one needed measures have been being taken.
In a press release shared on social media on Tuesday night, Group Captain Chris Layden stated: “As Station Commander I’ve been briefed that there have been two suspected cases of Covid-19 among the many Volker Fitzpatrick workforce who’re delivering the important runway works right here at RAF Lossiemouth.
“The employees involved have instantly been remoted and are present process additional testing, in accordance with NHS Scotland suggestions.
“They have been displaying no signs however have been recognized via testing which Volker Fitzpatrick has been voluntarily conducting with the consent of their workforce.”
He added: “RAF Lossiemouth is continuous to ship its very important work within the pursuits of nationwide safety, however we’re stringently observing the required protocols, to guard each the army group and our wider Moray household.”
He stated he had been assured that companion Volker Fitzpatrick was doing the identical.