NHS Fife is investigating a cluster of 12 positive Covid-19 cases linked to a shop in Kennoway.
Contacts of the positive cases have been traced and “measures have been implemented” to prevent further spread, according to the health board.
A spokesperson for NHS Fife said: “NHS Fife is currently investigating a cluster of 12 Covid-19 cases, linked to a retail setting in Kennoway. The cases are all isolating at home.
“A multi-agency risk assessment has been carried out and measures have been implemented to prevent further transmission.
“Our contact tracers have also identified and traced the known contacts of the positive cases to provide public health support and advice.
“It is important that anyone experiencing the symptoms of Covid-19 such as a high temperature, a new continuous cough, or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste, self isolate immediately and arrange to be tested using the UK Government Citizens’ Portal, or by calling 0800 028 2816.”
Meanwhile, there have been claims that a number of members of staff at a supermarket in Cupar have tested positive for the virus.
However, NHS Fife has not confirmed any clusters linked to a retail setting in the town.
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