Additionally, 2000 people who use Pure Gym in Stirling are being contact from Test and Protect teams as “precautionary measures”.
A statement from Pure Gym Stirling’s Twitter they said: “On 1st October, PureGym were notified by Stirling Council Environmental Health (EHO) that three people who later tested positive for Covid-19 had visited the Stirling PureGym between 24th – 28th September.”
“As part of EHO’s contact tracing procedures, PureGym supplied the details of members, staff and visitors who visited the gym during those dates and is working with EHO on contacting them with further information.”
“Those identified are considered to have had limited contact with a person who has Covid-19 and are therefore not required to self-isolate. Stirling, PureGym, which is Covid secure as a result of our TrainSafe protocols, remains open and all members can attend as per the existing guidelines.”