Confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ disease have reached double figures in one Scottish town.
Water cooling towers have been treated with anti-Legionnaires’ disease chemicals after two patients fell ill with the disease, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 10.
Legionnaires' is spread through water cooling towers as well as air conditioning units and showers.
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