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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! The Royal Navy has explained how it is combating Covid-19 at its Culdrose airbase but refused to say whether there have been any outbreaks there. There are about 3,000 people working at Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Culdrose near Helston, including 1,600 Royal Navy personnel, 300 civilians and 800 contractors. However, it is understood the majority of staff are working from home. Those who live at RNAS Culdrose are subject to the same travel restrictions as the general public and are only permitted to leave for a very few limited purposes. Meanwhile, appropriate procedures and management oversight are in place to make sure everyone follows strict guidelines to limit the spread of the virus to personnel, their families and the local community, a spokesman said. He said: "The Armed Forces must be ready to support both the national effort in combating Covid-19 and to ensure that we can continue operations as well as other essential tasks to protect the nation and preserve national security. “The Royal Navy and RNAS Culdrose take the threat of Covid-19 very seriously and are following all current Public Health England and government guidance.
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Fleet of ambulances respond to Covid outbreak at Cornwall care home “The safety and welfare of our people is paramount and personnel are advised to follow appropriate health guidelines throughout.” CornwallLive asked the Royal Navy whether there have been any outbreaks of Covid-19 at the airbase, however it refused to answer. A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said: "In line with other UK government departments and civil authorities, the MoD will not be publishing a running commentary of case numbers for our personnel. “What is important for the public to know is that we have plenty of resilience measures in place to protect our people while they carry out essential duties, and personnel held at varying degrees of readiness that we can call on should there be absences." You can stay up-to-date on the top news near you with CornwallLive's FREE newsletters – find out more about our range of daily and weekly bulletins and sign up here or enter your email address at the top of the page.
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