Cornwall councillors were given an update and told that the NHS is trying to ensure homeless and travellers are getting their jabs. Queue jumpers are causing problems at mass vaccination centres in Cornwall. Health officials said people are registering online for vaccines that they are not entitled to - but they are then being rejected at the two centres. The details emerged as Cornwall Council's health and adult social care overview and scrutiny committee was briefed on the progress of the vaccination programme in the county. The councillors raised some concerns but also heard that the NHS in Cornwall was working on how to ensure hard-to-reach groups can access Covid vaccinations. Natalie Jones, chief nursing officer for NHS Kernow, said: "We are planning to establish a group to look at those hard-to-reach groups like those who are homeless or travellers, those people we need to pay particular attention to to access their vaccines.
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An officer from East Bassetlaw Police has issued a statement asking for members of the public not to feed equines unless they have permission from the animal's owner. As coronavirus restrictions leave people with few things to do in their spare time, many are taking to exploring the countryside, with some offering food to equines, which includes horses, ponies and donkeys, during their walks. Although most see this as a kind gesture, feeding unsolicited treats, such as apples, carrots and grass cuttings, can in fact lead to serious health problems with the animals, whose diets are often closely regulated by owners.
A Detective Constable was told by her boss that she would earn the respect of her colleagues if she lost weight. Devon and Cornwall Police has addressed "inappropriate" weight loss comments which left a female officer feeling "humiliated". Barnstaple-based Detective Constable Kerry Moth, who has fibromyalgia - was told by her boss that she would earn the respect of her colleagues if she tried to lose some weight, that she needed to "take more responsibility over her diet" and that "she might feel better if she stopped drinking gallons of Coke". A tribunal in Exeter heard how Devon and Cornwall Police failed to make adjustments to take into account DC Moth's disability, breached the equality act and that DC Moth was "harassed" by her boss' comments.