|COVID-19 Personal Protective Equipment|
|March 17, 2020|
Your firefighters are working hard to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Pictured here are some members of C platoon demonstrating the PPE that will be worn on various calls. To the public that may see this, please know that this is worn out of an abundance of caution and that it does not signify a positive COVID-19 test result. When we receive any updates regarding COVID-19 we will be sure to inform you.
On an additional note, please do not utilize 911 or the emergency room for COVID-19 questions or testing. Please call your primary care physician and inform them that you would like to be tested or believe you may have COVID-19 so they can form a plan of treatment. If you feel that you are suffering from a serious medical issue (IE: chest pain, difficulty breathing, persistent bleeding that can't be stopped, etc..) then call 911 as you normally would. If you believe you have COVID-19 or have recently traveled, been around someone who was diagnosed with COVID-19, or are under quarantine, please let our dispatchers know so we can form a plan to treat and transport you!