A paramedic from Argyll has passed on in medical clinic subsequent to contracting Covid-19.
He has been named locally as Robert Black, from Campbeltown. He passed on in a Glasgow medical clinic on Saturday.
Pauline Howie, CEO of the Scottish Ambulance Service (SAS), who didn’t name Mr Black, said the administration had been “enormously disheartened” by the passing of a “dear partner”.
Also, in the interest of the SAS, she offered her “sincere sympathies and most profound feelings” to his family.
Ms Howie included: “I might likewise want to thank our NHS Scotland partners for the caring consideration they have demonstrated our companion during their ailment.”
Argyll FM, where Mr Black accomplished some work, said on its Facebook page that he was “a much adored part” of the group and would be “woefully missed”.