The Port Elizabeth 10111 centre is briefly interrupted.
- The 10111 line serves all the Nelson Mandela Bay metro, together with Port Elizabeth, Motherwell and Uitenhage.
- Whereas the police have recognized another area, the efficiency of the decision centre has been restricted.
- Residents are suggested to name their nearest police stations immediately.
The Port Elizabeth 10111 name centre and Cluster Operational Command Centre (COCC) have been briefly closed after a police officer examined optimistic for Covid-19.
The closure will have an effect on the total operation of the centre that serves all the Nelson Mandela Bay metro, together with Port Elizabeth, Motherwell and Uitenhage.
Nationwide police spokesperson Brigadier Vishnu Naidoo mentioned an area had been recognized in the identical constructing to function the emergency strains till the principle centre was decontaminated.
The COCC could be working from the Public Order Policing premises in Struandale, he added.
“The communities are knowledgeable that the 10111 strains are restricted and are suggested to contact the police station of their locality for non-emergency issues. Because of the restricted availability of strains, they must be utilised for emergency conditions.”
As soon as the centre has been decontaminated, residents will likely be knowledgeable of its reopening.
Police administration has apologised for any inconvenience that will come up.