Uk news Scots cops self-isolate after covid cases confirmed at Edinburgh police station MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Contact tracers have told up to 16 officers to self isolate after they were identified as close contacts of two colleagues at Drylaw Station in Edinburgh.
Breaking News ! More than a dozen police officers are self-isolating after two colleagues tested positive at an Edinburgh police station. The confirmed cases were found at the policing hub in Drylaw with up to 16 colleagues being told to self-isolate by contact tracers. Read More Related Articles How to get the latest Scottish news stories sent straight to your inbox with our newsletters Read More Related Articles Wetherspoon app racist sent banana to table of black man in pub It is understood that cops at the station are now being encouraged to wear masks at all times, except for those with health conditions which make them exempt. NHS Lothian previously confirmed that a “small number” of people had tested positive for the bug and that “necessary guidance and advice” had been provided.
. NHS Lanarkshire confirmed they had begun contact tracing after “a small number” of officers caught the bug. The health chiefs reminded anyone who develops symptoms - a new continuous cough, temperature and/or loss of taste and smell - to book a test and self isolate.
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Police Scotland have been contacted for comment.
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