#AceNewsReport – June.12: One person in their work bubble provided a positive lateral flow test on Friday morning: The team were being accommodated on a ferry in Falmouth, but have since been moved to a designated isolation area.
G7 Summit: Officer staying on ferry tests positive for #COVID19 that is being held in Carbis Bay in more than 4,000 rooms in separate accommodation, such as hotels, that were also booked by the police force: Devon and Cornwall Police said the next stage is for those with positive results to undertake a PCR test.
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A spokesperson added: “As part of our testing regime, during the early hours of 11 June one officer who is currently supporting G7 policing and accommodated on the ferry, has given a positive lateral flow test for #COVID19: The officer, plus those who have come into close contact, are currently self-isolating at another designated location: We are continuing to follow the advice of Public Health England.”
More than 5,000 officers, on top of 1,500 from the force, are helping police the summit of world leaders.
The first contingent of officers left for Cornwall from Scotland on Sunday morning
Police had hired a cruise ship to accommodate officers working during the summit………
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