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Kimberley police station reopens after decontamination

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Police spokesperson Brigadier Mohale Ramatseba said the decontamination of the building was finalised on Monday, June 29.

Kimberley police station was opened after decontamination. Picture: Soraya Crowie

THE KIMBERLEY police station was reopened on Tuesday after it was closed for decontamination on Monday.

The station was closed after a number of SAPS members attached to the 10111 Centre tested positive for Covid-19.

Police spokesperson Brigadier Mohale Ramatseba said the decontamination of the building was finalised on Monday, June 29.

“The Provincial Commissioner of the Northern Cape, Lieutenant-General Risimati Shivuri, has assured the community of Kimberley that services would not be hampered. The community was assisted through a mobile community service centre which was temporarily placed in the front of the building in Phakamile Mabija Street while the station was closed,” said Ramatseba.