TWO members of staff at Craig Tara are self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus. 

The Haven resort have confirmed that the staff at the Heads of Ayr caravan site contracted COVID-19 last week. 

It comes as NHS Ayrshire and Arran's Test and Protect team carry out a contact tracing exercise at the holiday resort. 

A spokesperson for Craig Tara says the risk to guests and owners at the site is low. 

They said: "We can confirm that two team members are currently self-isolating having tested positive for COVID-19 more than seven days ago.

"The park has complied fully with all necessary NHS Test & Protect procedures and health regulators. They have confirmed the risk to holidaymakers and owners is low and all bookings continue to be fulfilled.

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“We'd like to reassure all holidaymakers and owners that Haven has a number of strict protocols covering hygiene, social distancing and PPE firmly in place across all its parks to ensure all visitors to our parks feel safe and secure whilst on holiday with us."

We told how an outbreak at the caravan site was being dealt with by NHS Ayrshire and Arran. 

Dr Crawford McGuffie, Medical Director said: “All relevant Public Health measures have been put in place and our Public Health Team are working with the business and South Ayrshire Council Environmental Health to manage and monitor the situation.