Reader feedback: Hygienic gloves for reporters

Is the Interior Ministry serious or are its 'findings' just a practical joke? Or do they really believe the said officer's health explanation?

Will all reporters as of now have to wear hygienic gloves and validated badges to prove their health and safety status? Give us a break, please. There is a serious racist connotation in the police officer's request. The Ministry of Interior should deal with it firmly to avoid such ridiculous decisions that can only keep tarnishing the images of the hundreds and thousands of good professionals in the force.

Simon

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