Oak Furnitureland has confirmed two positive coronavirus cases at its warehouse in South Martson. 

The first case, confirmed on July 31, has since returned to work after self-isolating for 10 days. 

The second case, confirmed on August 6, is still self-isolating and has not been to work. 

Two other colleagues travelled to work with the second case and have also been self-isolating as a precaution. 

A spokesman for the company said: "Oak Furnitureland has been in contact with the local health protection team who have advised no further action is needed at this time."

It added that a number of precautions are in place at the warehouse including hand sanitisation stations throughout the building, signage and announcements to remind of social distancing and staggered break times to ensure people are not in the break areas at the same time.

The Adver was told by an anonymous source that workers were refusing to come into the warehouse, Oak Furnitureland did not respond to these claims.