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Youths to be prosecuted after coughing at NHS staff claiming to have Coronavirus!


WARRINGTON Police attended reports of a group of youths coughing at NHS staff claiming to have Coronavirus.

The youths and their parental guardians will now be prosecuted.

A police spokeperson said: “This is an absolutely abhorrent incident involving abuse of our NHS heroes.

“We again urge all parents and persons with parental responsibility to make sure that their children STAY INSIDE. You too can and will be prosecuted if you fail to keep your children inside.”

Meanwhile the Warrington Neighbourhood teams had another busy start to the shift conducting roadside checks on vehicles entering Warrington.

Advisory notices have been placed on vehicles parking on Orford Park – police say if you are travelling there to exercise this is NOT essential and an unnecessary journey and people should stick to their local areas.

The police spokeperson added: “We would like to thank everyone for their cooperation and the countless NHS workers on the road as apparently it was their shift change!

“We will continue to patrol the areas.”

Earlier in the day ppeople sunbathing on; Orford Park, Bank Quay Park and Beaumont High School had to be moved on from the area by police.

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  1. Where is our social education system failing? I am not apportioning any blame on the schools who are all doing the best they can with limited financial resources. But, we must all surely examine our societal consciences to determine why we have people in our midst that behave so deplorably. These unacceptable acts don’t just occur in corona virus related situations. I’ve lost count of the number of reports where are Fire, Police and Ambulance services are subjected to loutish behaviour and violence, when they are doing their very best to save someone’s life. Why? Why? do people behave this way?

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