A doctors surgery in Beaconsfield has been reopened following a suspected coronavirus case earlier this morning. 

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The Simpson Centre, on Gregories Road, had displayed a sign in the window which said that 'due to a suspected coronavirus case the surgery is currently closed to patients'. 

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The surgery then asked patients to call them if medical attention is needed urgently. 

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The Bucks Free Press spoke to the surgery who have now issued a statement. 

They said: "The Simpson Centre was temporarily closed this morning to enable a clean of the surgery as a routine precautionary measure.

"The practice reopened today at around 11am and patients were advised if their appointment needed to be rearranged.

"We apologise for any inconvenience that may have been caused.

"Safety is our priority and we have been working with public health teams to make sure there is no risk to staff and patients."

The CCG is expected to give a comment later on today.