Around 5,000 unvaccinated police feared to become COVID ‘superspreaders’ at G7

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    The UK government’s refusal to prioritize vaccinating police forces has prompted police communities to accuse it of betrayal, as about 5,000 unvaccinated officers are expected to be present at the G7 summit in Cornwall.

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