Police appeal to public after staff and volunteers ‘subjected to negative behaviour’ at Fife Covid test site

Police will conduct patrols around the Glebe Park Centre Covid-19 test site in Kirkcaldy after staff and voulunteers were subjected to negative behaviour from members of the public.

Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 2:02 pm
Updated Tuesday, 16th March 2021, 2:10 pm
The Glebe Park Centre in Kirkcaldy.

Police said antisocial signs were put up around the centre after concerns were raised – though no official complaints made.

Posting on Twitter, Kirkcadly police wrote: “Unfortunately, it has come to our attention that staff members and volunteers at the Glebe Park Centre Covid-19 test site have been subjected to negative behaviour from some members of the public.

“Can we please remind everyone that all Covid test sites are of great importance to the national effort to suppress the virus; and ultimately save lives!

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“Can we also make it clear that whilst the play park to the rear of the Glebe Park Centre remains open to the public; this can only be accessed via Maria Street.

“This is in order to minimise persons coming in to contact with others who may potentially be carrying the virus.”

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