Police Commissioner Atlee Rodney in self-isolation

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Atlee Rodney

Police Commissioner Atlee Rodney is currently in quarantine after possible exposure to the novel coronavirus.

Rodney was told by health workers that he needs to self-isolate.

“Unfortunately, some of my officers, not senior officers, but some junior front-line officers have been impacted,” Rodney said as he confirmed he has been working from home.

Attorney general and Public Safety Minister Steadroy ‘Cutie’ Benjamin says Rodney remains in command of the force and is carrying out his duties virtually.

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4 COMMENTS

  1. A year on and it seems you continue to interchange self-isolation & quarantine. They are different. Please use the correct status in your reporting. The public are educated or confused by the media, it’s your responsibility to do your homework & get it right.

  2. Is self isolation a new category of COVID19 protocol liken to compassionate severance?

    Voluntary isolation is that also a new category?

  3. Dear Mr Commissioner,

    If isolation and or quarantine is voluntary, why the need to lock up people and take them to court?

    Editor please note there is a difference between isolation and quarantine. It is confusing to have a headline that says isolation and the article is about quarantine.

    Just for kicks can a person isolate with others? Is there a way to isolate without self?

    Self isolation is an oxymoron.

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