Public health officials warn people to be wary of discarded cosmetics amid novichok fears

Public health officials have reinforced warnings for people in Wiltshire to steer clear of any unidentified containers after the novichok victim Charlie Rowley claimed the nerve agent that left him critically ill was in a sealed and packaged perfume bottle.

Experts are urging residents and visitors not to pick up bottles or plastic and metal containers in Salisbury and Amesbury, and asked people to be wary of discarded cosmetics.

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