In a statement the force says: "As part of our testing regime, during the early hours of 11 June we have identified one officer who is now supporting G7 policing and accommodated on the ferry has given a positive lateral flow test for covid". Speaking to the Anglican Communion News Service, Anglican leaders stressed the impact of COVID-19 on indigenous communities and also raised issues of nuclear energy, the care of refugees and the need to hear the voices of young people.
Johnson is hosting leaders from the world´s seven richest democracies during this weekend´s summit at the Carbis Bay resort in Cornwall.
It is taking place at Tregenna Castle in Carbis Bay, Cornwall.
Mr Johnson will say the agreement will go some way to meeting the goal of preventing a pandemic like Covid-19 from "ever happening again".
The UK government's chief scientific adviser Sir Patrick Vallance and philanthropist Melinda French Gates will also present the findings from their work on pandemic preparedness partnership to the leaders of the G7 nations and guests.
The group of leading economies - Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States - will also try to showcase Western democratic cohesion against a resurgent China and recalcitrant Russian Federation.
The UK will create a new animal vaccine centre aimed at preventing future diseases from crossing from animals to humans.
"I am proud that for the first time today the world's leading democracies have come together to make sure that never again will we be caught unawares".
UN Secretary General António Guterres and World Health Organization director Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus will also take part in Saturday's session.
The participants will discuss ways to promote equal access to COVID-19 vaccines and strengthen global health security, with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson planning to use the summit to urge his colleagues to commit to vaccinating the entire world against COVID-19 by the end of 2022.
Dr Tedros stressed that "the world needs a stronger global surveillance system to detect new epidemic and pandemic risks".