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COVID-19's impact on Mill Creek police: calls down, everyone healthy

All officers and their families are currently healthy, acting chief says

 
Series: Coronavirus | Story 70

Last updated 4/17/2020 at 11:55am

Courtesy of the Mill Creek Police Department

The Mill Creek Police Department just got a new police car. Police vehicles get disinfected every two weeks amid the COVID-19 threat.

None of the Mill Creek police officers have had known contact with someone who is positive for COVID-19, and thankfully, all officers and their families are healthy, according to Acting Chief Scott Eastman. 

"We have had nobody who has been ill because of COVID-19 and, in fact, we haven't had any of their family members (become ill)," Eastman told City Council members April 14. 

All of the department's staff who can work from home are, and those who are still required to go into the office have limited their hours and have staggered shifts so few people as possible are in contact with eac...



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