Calls to police for Covid-19 breaches drop by 19 per cent across county
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Phone calls to Cambridgeshire Constabulary about breaches of Covid-19 restrictions have dropped by 19 per cent across the county.
Police say they are “really pleased” after receiving 107 reports this weekend, dropping 25 from the 132 recorded the weekend before.
“As always, our thanks and appreciation go to those who are following the rules to help keep our communities safe and protect our amazing NHS,” said a police spokesperson.
“We were really pleased to see another 19 per cent drop in Covid-19 calls this weekend, we received 107 reports of breaches compared to 132 the weekend before.
“Please keep up the fantastic work and remember, we’re all in this together!”
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One resident said: “I am sure there were breaches not reported as well and there shouldn’t be any but I would be interested to know how many, if any, of these were either malicious reports or false reports.”
Another added: “Should be 0 breaches - what's wrong with these people?”
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