Coronavirus in Scotland: 38 residents and a number of staff have tested positive for Covid in Highland care homes
There have been 14 residents in Castle Gardens Care Home and 24 residents in Kintyre House Care Home who have tested positive for coronavirus.
A number of staff have also received positive tests.
NHS Highlands has said that they are working to support both care homes.
A statement on their website said: “All care homes across NHS Highland are being vaccinated as a priority.
"Most homes have already been vaccinated and the remainder will be complete by the end of next week.
"We are making arrangements to vaccinate staff and residents in the affected homes who have tested negative.
"Those who are positive will be vaccinated in one month in accordance with the guidance on vaccine use.
“We would also remind people in Easter Ross and across Highland of the importance of continuing to follow national guidance on social distancing, self-isolation and mixing indoors.”
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