Two new Covid-19 clusters in Cornwall

Posted By on 22nd September 2020

By Anne North There are two new “clusters” of Covid-19 in Cornwall, according to today’s (Tuesday’s) government data. The St Agnes and Mount Hawke area has three confirmed cases, and…

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  1. I am also concerned about the secrecy surrounding this ‘hotspot’. Is it connected with the outbreak of ‘a few cases’ at HMS Raleigh? Why is there no mention of it in the press?

  2. Having had a look round the PHE map, the cluster on the Rame Peninsular is the same strength as parts of Bolton and other areas that have local lockdowns and feature in the press.
    My concern is that no-one appears to be advising local people or our September visitors to be extra careful on the Rame Peninsular. We visited Kingsand oblivous before the cluster was announced and had a lovely time, however if we had known that it was a hotspot we would have been able to decide for ourselves if it was worth the extra risk as one of our party is in the high risk category. All of us feel uneasy knowing in hindsight.

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