19 March 2019 – BBC News
Holyrood’s Health Committee initiated an inquiry after the publicised problems at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
Two people died after contracting an infection related to pigeon droppings.
MSPs were told a “backlog” of repairs had built up and that there were issues with communication about the work.
They also heard that Scotland’s overall performance in infection control was “right up there with the very best“, and that “Glasgow as a health board are actually doing better than the Scottish average“.