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PSNI stations reopen after COVID-19 outbreak among 60 officers

Two police stations have been re-opened after deep cleaning following officers testing positive for COVID-19.

Got it covered: TACC Todd of the PSNI

Got it covered: TACC Todd of the PSNI

Date - 1st September 2020
By - Chris Smith
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Two police stations in Northern Ireland have resumed service after officers tested positive for COVID-19. The force confirmed the two stations in Antrim and Newtownabbey are now operating again after eight officers tested positive for the virus....
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