Two employees at Fife based drinks giant Diageo have tested positive for Covid-19.
The members of staff from Diageo’s plant at Leven have been confirmed as having the virus in the last two weeks.
The company said it was continuing to follow strict safety procedures during the pandemic in a bid to keep the plant as safe as possible.
A Diageo spokesperson said: “The health and safety of our people, their families and the community is our number one priority.
“We have stringent protocols and procedures in place to ensure our workplaces are as safe as possible.
“Two employee at Leven Warehousing have tested positive for Covid-19 over the past two weeks.
“All the safety protocols and procedures have been followed, including sanitation and contact tracing.
“We continue to monitor the situation very carefully at Leven Warehousing as we do across all or sites.”
Diageo’s Leven plant is one of the company’s biggest with a 1,000-strong workforce employed across its distilling, packaging and warehousing operations producing brands including Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff, Tanqueray and Gordon’s.