Via BBC News: Edinburgh Legionnaires' outbreak: 82 confirmed and suspected cases. Excerpt:
The number of confirmed and suspected cases of Legionnaires' disease in Edinburgh has risen slightly to 82.
Figures released on Sunday showed one new confirmed case and one further person suspected of having the disease.
It is the smallest daily increase since the outbreak was officially acknowledged a week ago.
One man has died in the outbreak. He was Robert Air, who worked on a construction site in the west of the city.
The latest figures show 37 confirmed cases and 45 suspected, with 15 people in intensive care and 26 on general wards.
A total of 16 cases are being treated in the community and 19 have been discharged from hospital.
Five cases are being treated outwith the NHS Lothian area. One patient the north of England, two in NHS Tayside, one in NHS Lanarkshire and one patient from NHS Highland is now being treated in Glasgow.
The Health and Safety Executive and Edinburgh City Council are continuing their investigations into the possible source of the outbreak.
Cooling towers have been shut down at a whisky distillery in the south west of the city.
The Health and Safety Executive served an improvement notice on the North British Distillery for alleged failures to adequately control the risk of legionella in one of its towers.
The company said it had taken its towers offline and halted production at its Gorgie plant as a precaution.