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You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeNearly one in six police officers in Scotland were off work on Friday as the coronavirus crisis hit the force hard.The Daily Record has learned that Police Scotland is having to cope without a record number of staff.While some of the 2700 officers absent on Friday were on annual leave, the vast majority were self isolating at home with Covid 19 symptoms.However, it is understood that only two officers had tested positive for the virus by the weekend.At full strength, Police Scotland can deploy 17,254 officers, backed up by some 5600 civilian staff and more than 500 special constables.That means almost 16 per cent of officers were off on Friday at a time when they are having to help enforce the nationwide lockdown.Locals fume as Strathclyde Park mobbed with people flouting coronavirus lockdown rulesThe source added that more than 70 per cent of police officers reporting for duty were being deployed on the streets to make sure people were following lockdown rules and to offer a reassuring presence to the public.He said while new legislation was put in place to allow officers to enforce the rules, Police Scotland would do all it could to maintain order through education.He added: “You don’t want to cause resentment or create barriers by throwing fines and fixed penalties around.”You want people to realise this affects all of us and the rules are there to keep all of us safe.”The source revealed some unnecessary pressures police have faced in recent days.He said: “In one case, officers had to go and remove the body of an old man last week because the undertakers refused to handle him. He’d had cancer but he had been coughing a lot before his death.”They refused to handle his body, so police officers were called to take him to the mortuary.”Undertakers know to handle bodies with care, out of respect for the deceased and to avoid possible infection. There was no need to treat this body any differently and we can’t afford any repeats because there is no spare capacity..