Two coronavirus cases at the gendarmerie of Grasse

Two coronavirus cases at the gendarmerie of Grasse - Two cases of coronavirus at the mobile gendarmerie of Grasse, 110 soldiers and their families confined.

The personnel of the whole of the Grasse barracks and their families have been confined this Thursday for a few hours.

Two gendarmes from the Grasse mobile squadron tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday. They are hospitalized in Nice. Their state of health is considered satisfactory.

For the past few hours, the 110 soldiers and their families have been confined within the barracks located in the Saint-Claude district.

In a statement the mayor of Grasse, Jérôme Viaud, confirmed that "A cell has been set up at City Hall to monitor the situation hour by hour”.

 

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