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Coronavirus: Saskatoon police chief tests positive for COVID-19

Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) says its chief has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.Police Chief Troy Cooper learned of the diagnosis on Thursday, according to a press release.

Saskatchewan epidemiologist calls for second COVID-19 shutdown SPS said he is currently isolating at his home, is feeling well and continuing to fulfil his duties.“I am fortunate to have mild symptoms but of course that is not the case for everyone who is exposed to COVID-19,” Cooper said in a statement.“To keep our community safe we all must follow the measures and restrictions of the public health order, use the COVID Alert app and follow proper hygiene measures.”A COVID-19 outbreak was declared by the Saskatchewan Health Authority in the SPS’s platoon.

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