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Sturgeon: Efforts being made to stop Legionnaires' outbreak

Nicola Sturgeon has promised that all efforts are being made by authorities to the control the spread of Legionnaires' disease in Edinburgh.

Scotland's health secretary said efforts were being made to trace the source of the outbreak, which is believed to be connected to an outdoor source in the south west of Edinburgh.

However, she called on the public to remain vigilant about spotting signs of the illness and said anyone who believes they may have the disease should contact medical authorities immediately.

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