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COVID-19 FAQs

First published: 26 March 2020Last updated: 15 January 2021 With the current situation regarding COVID-19, we are living in unprecedented times. With this in mind, we have pulled together some of the more commonly asked questions you might have. As of 05 January 2021, England is under national lockdown restrictions. You must not leave your home unless you have a reasonable excuse. We can help control the virus if we all stay alert. With this in mind, you are advised to: stay at home as much as possible only leave your home if you have a reasonable excuse to do so work from home if you can limit contact with other people you don't live with keep your distance if you go out (two metres apart where possible) wash your hands regularly Do not leave home if you or anyone in your household has symptoms. Please visit gov.uk/coronavirus for the latest official guidance and announcements.

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FAQs - Road traffic collision

Please note: Do not ring the collisions unit to report a collision. To report a collision please contact 101 and in an emergency (a life is in danger) ring 999.

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FAQs - firearms

This content has been reproduced with kind permission from The Metropolitan Police.

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Stop & Search FAQs

Can't find the answer? Please complete the non-emergency 101 form or make a freedom of Information/disclosure request.

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Helicopter FAQs

Question not listed, why not send us a Tweet? Follow the activity of the Devon & Cornwall Police helicopter on Twitter - @NPAS_Exeter

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