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Clachnacuddin footballer self-isolating for 14 days after son displayed flu symptoms


By Andrew Henderson


Clachnacuddin footballer Scott Graham is currently self-isolating with his family after being sent home from work over coronavirus fears.

The Highland League journeyman, who has also turned out in the colours of Nairn County, Brora Rangers, Forres Mechanics, Rothes, Strathspey Thistle and Buckie Thistle, is at home with his wife and son in Drumnadrochit after the younger Graham developed flu symptoms.

Scott Graham of Clachnacuddin. Picture: Donald Cameron
Scott Graham of Clachnacuddin. Picture: Donald Cameron

Graham, who works for Cairngorm Windows, feels fine, but notified his work about his son and was told to stay at home for two weeks.

Government advice is that anyone who shares a household with a person displaying flu-like symptoms should self-isolate for 14 days to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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