OHSWEKEN – Six Nations Police released a statement Sunday evening confirming that one of their officers is one of the confirmed coronavirus cases in the community.
According to SNP the officer tested positive on March 28, but had been in self-isolation since March 17 and remains in self-isolation. That self isolation, police say, was due to contact with a family member who had returned to Canada from the U.S..
Police say the officer is a member of a plain clothes unit and say that due to being in self isolation early he did not pose a risk to the public.
TRT has reached out to SNGR for comment seeking the age, gender and workplace of both infected persons – as well as the number of outstanding tests on Six Nations but has not received a response at this time.