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PremierLeague-News.Com - The officer was left needing blood tests and vaccinations - administered by the 'already struggling' NHS
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A police officer was forced to undergo blood tests and have jabs from the 'already struggling' NHS after being 'spat at'. The West Midlands cop was allegedly assaulted today (Thursday, January 14) - sparking an aftermath of tests and vaccinations. The Force Support Unit shared a photo of the uniformed officer in their police car following the injections. The officers hoped to highlight the 'aftermath' of such assaults on emergency service workers, including added strain on NHS colleagues. Read More Related Articles West Midlands Covidiots - criminals jailed for coronavirus crimes Read More Related Articles 'Prioritise' police Covid vaccinations says West Mercia Police chairman It was one of many spitting incidents targeting police officers in the line of duty during the coronavirus pandemic. Alongside the image, the team wrote: "Another incident of assault where an officer has been spat at.
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. "It’s important to highlight the aftermath of such an assault which requires blood tests and vaccinations given by an already struggling @NHSuk." The incident sparked fury with the public, with many responding with disgust. Superintendent Sarah Barton said: "This unacceptable behaviour towards officers. Wishing you a speedy recovery." Others commented to send their best wishes to the officer.
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