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Suspected Legionnaires' death

A third person suspected of having Legionnaires disease has died. The Scottish Government said the man in his 60s, from south west Edinburgh, had been unwell for a while. His condition was linked to the original outbreak.

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National Museum of Scotland served with improvement notice

The National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street, Edinburgh, is the third place to be served with an improvement notice by investigators.

The notice requires the museum to ensure that key staff members are appropriately trained in the management of water systems, which includes overseeing the ongoing monitoring and maintenance regime undertaken by specialist contractors.

The Improvement Notice relates solely to the training of staff and not to the operation of cooling towers.

– A council spokesman

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