Posted: Sat 21st Nov 2020

Updated: Sat 21st Nov

A&E doctor sent home after being caught visiting Snowdonia from Covid lockdown area

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Saturday, Nov 21st, 2020

Officers from Conwy & Denbigh Rural have told an A&E doctor to ‘return home’ after an alleged coronavirus law breach.

North Wales Police Officers from Llanrwst said earlier today they had reported for summons “an A&E doctor along with their partner for breaching the COVID Wales legislation”.

The issue that triggered the advice and report for an office was the pair “travelled from an area of the UK on full COVID lockdown” and were spoken to near to Betws-y-Coed.

Officers added, “They have been advised to return home”.

Top picture from Conwy & Denbigh Rural policing team.



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