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Eight PSNI officers test positive for Covid-19 as two stations closed for deep cleaning

Eight PSNI officers in Antrim Station have tested positive for Covid-19.

Following a number of officers felt unwell, after partaking in Covid-19 tests eight of them tested positive for the virus.

“We have undertaken, and we will continue to undertake a range of appropriate measures, in line with public health advice and guidance, to address the issue,” Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd said.

Both the Antrim and Newtownabbey stations have closed to facilitate deep cleaning.


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