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South East Coast Ambulance (SECAmb) Voicemail message is Fake

South East Coast Ambulance (SECAmb) Voicemail message is Fake

South East Coast Ambulance Service (SECAmb) has responded to a fake voice message about coronavirus that has circulated via Whatsapp.

 

Hear the Message in Full :

 

Widely shared throughout today (April 8), the  woman makes claim that she is works as a controller and to be to be from a SECAmb. She says she works within the hub and and workers are being moved about upstairs to conform to the 2 metre rule within the workplace.  In the recording she claims  she has just been in a meeting.

In the message she makes claim that Public health England and Ambulance bosses  have had word come from Public Health England (PHE), adding that she has been told the UK COVID-19 peak will be this week and that there will be “900 deaths per day” from Thursday (April 9) to Tuesday.

The fake voice message says that a third of those will be babies, children and teenagers with no underlying health conditions.