The Glasgow Club Drumchapel swimming pool and fitness studio are closed to the public due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Glasgow Life announced the decision to close all of its venues from Tuesday, March 17.

This includes Scotstoun Leisure Centre, Knightswood Library, Drumchapel Library, Glasgow Club Yoker, and all of their museums, public libraries, sports centres and community facilities across the city.

All memberships have been frozen.

In a statement, Glasgow Life said: “In line with the government’s advice on reducing social contact, Glasgow Life has taken the difficult decision to suspend all services.

“This will apply to every Glasgow Life venue across the city which will shut from close of play on Tuesday 17 March.

“We expect the suspension to continue until the end of April.

“Glasgow Life already offers a range of online resources for people to use, and we are intending to extend these services as soon as possible.

“All Glasgow Sport activities will be suspended, including indoor and outdoor activities as well as the outreach programme.

“Glasgow Club membership fees will be automatically frozen (we will do this, you do not need to contact us).

“Museums, concert halls and libraries will close.

"Community facilities will close to the public and we will contact tenants to discuss access. We will prioritise how we continue to deliver our targeted essential services.

“We are sorry for the inconvenience and disruption this will cause. Further updates will be posted here as soon as they are available:”

The closures will take place over the upcoming Easter school holidays which run from April 6 until April 17.