Fears that coronavirus has spread to a popular holiday park on the Moray Firth coast from the Aberdeen outbreak have been rejected by the owners as false.
Rumours have been circulating that Nairn Lochloy Holiday Park, which is operated by Parkdean ‘was in lockdown’.
Worried locals contacted us to say they’d heard the park had closed after people travelling from Aberdeen had stayed there.
A spokesperson from the park said: “We’d like to reassure everybody that the rumours are completely false, and there has been no Covid outbreak at the park.
“All our staff have undergone extensive training to make sure the park remains Covid-safe, and we have a number of processes in place including social distancing, extra hand santisers, one-way systems and deep cleans for accommodation.”
The number of infections in the Aberdeen cluster has risen to 157 today (Monday).