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sapsNews24 reports that three more Eastern Cape police stations have been shut for decontamination and deep cleaning due to exposure to cases of the coronavirus.  

This brings the number of police stations to have been temporarily closed in the province to five, out of a total of 197.  The latest stations to close are Bhisho, Willowvale and Kinkelbos.  This comes after King William's Town and New Brighton police stations were closed on Sunday and last week respectively.  The Willowvale police station will now operate from the town hall on Willowvale Main Street.  The Kinkelbos community service centre, outside Port Elizabeth, will temporarily operate from the victim support centre building on the same premises.  The Bhisho police station will operate from the old police station building situated below the nearby Engen garage, while the King William's Town police station community service centre will be operating from the hall at the back of the building.  Meanwhile, Mpumalanga police have confirmed that the Emalahleni police station was again "fully operational" after it was closed on Friday when a reservist tested positive for coronavirus.

  • Read the full original of the report in the above regard by Malibongwe Dayimani at News24


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