Home / Health & Social Care / Police & Crime / Politics / Premium / Rolling news / Truro & Roseland local news / Cornwall about to deploy its first Covid-19 marshals to enforce social distancing Cornwall about to deploy its first Covid-19 marshals to enforce social distancing Posted By Peter Tremayne on 27th October 2020 By Peter Tremayne Cornwall is about to get its first permanent Covid-19 marshals. The officials, who will be employed by Cornwall Council, could be seen on the streets of Truro… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Greens to hold first Cornwall-wide conference20th January By Rashleigh MacFarlane Cornwall’s Green Party members are preparing for their first county-wide… Cornwall Reports invites readers to commentCornwall Reports welcomes comments from readers. Readers must be logged in to the website. Comments… Cornwall Council to create a new company to deliver adult social careBy Julia Penhaligon Cornwall Council is to set up a new arms-length company to intervene… Royal Cornwall Show boost to charitiesTwo charities have been given official status at the 2017 Royal Cornwall Show. Cornwall Air… This article has 2 comments What a surprise, they will be in Truro! Log in to Reply Best issue them with cattle prods as it appears there are many that assume a mask protects rather than the essential social distancing. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.