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16 Police Officers at St Joseph Station in Quarantine

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By Pamela Ramsaran

SIXTEEN officers of the St Joseph Police Station are now in quarantine after a janitorial staff member tested positive for Covid-19.

Senior Superintendent Ramkelawan confirmed this to AZPNews.com on Saturday.

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Ramkelawan said the officers who were sent on quarantine would have worked between August 4 and 6 and were identified as part of contact tracing.

The facility was closed and sanitised on Friday and according to him, it reopened and the other officers were working on a “one day on, one day off” system.

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AZPNews.com was also informed by a source that on Saturday, all officers were instructed by ACP Williams, the officer in charge of Covid-19 response within the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS), to return to work.

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Attempts to contact TTPS Public Information Officer ASP Wayne Mystar, TTPS Corporate Communications Manager Francis Joseph and Senior Superintendent Ramkelawan for clarification in this matter proved futile.

 

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