The mobile covid testing centre at the Glasgow Fan Zone reported a “steady flow” of punters for its first few days.

But takers were scarce ahead of the kick-off against the Czechs amid all the big match anticipation.

The Daily Record checked out the tests while the Tartan Army members were focusing on the bar.

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A group of fans pose with Scottish and Welsh flags in the fan zone

Nurse Janet Campbell said: “We’ve had a steady stream of interest before the matches and afterwards.

“The atmosphere today has been really good but we are parked a wee bit out of the way so people have had to come and find us.

“It may be that we’ll get a good few people in the door at the end of the day.”

Ahead of the game 17,000 ticket holders due to attend the UEFA EURO 2020 Fan Zone at Glasgow Green were to be sent rapid tests by post.

The mobile testing bus at Glasgow Green provided on-site lateral flow testing, while attendees may be asked by COVID marshals on-site whether they have taken a test as part of ongoing reporting on the site.