EMS on AIR

E:29 COVID Update for EMS - We're seeing a dramatic spike in the numbers of infections. - July 1, 2020

July 02, 2020 EMS on AIR Season 1 Episode 29
EMS on AIR
E:29 COVID Update for EMS - We're seeing a dramatic spike in the numbers of infections. - July 1, 2020
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EMS on AIR
E:29 COVID Update for EMS - We're seeing a dramatic spike in the numbers of infections. - July 1, 2020
Jul 02, 2020 Season 1 Episode 29
EMS on AIR

Like many other States across the nation, Michigan has begun to experience a COVID-19 spike over the last few weeks.  In this episode, Dr. McGraw and Dr. Faust discuss the recent accelerated rise in infection and the impact on our EMS, hospital and social communities.  As you’ll hear the doctors say multiple times, maintaining social distancing, wearing a mask and not going to work when you’re sick will help knock down the spike and get back to the positive trends that we had been experiencing until recently.  More importantly, these three primary things are likely the only way to avoid another lockdown here in Michigan.  Then we move onto a more positive aspect of the pandemic. Dr. McGraw tells us about the incredible impact that our local EMS and healthcare providers have made by volunteering their time with things like testing thousands of people in all sorts of facilities in an effort to track the spread of this virus. 

Visit www.OCMCA.org/coronavirus for more details.

Contact us, or send your questions, comments or ideas to QI@OCMCA.org.  

Show Notes

Like many other States across the nation, Michigan has begun to experience a COVID-19 spike over the last few weeks.  In this episode, Dr. McGraw and Dr. Faust discuss the recent accelerated rise in infection and the impact on our EMS, hospital and social communities.  As you’ll hear the doctors say multiple times, maintaining social distancing, wearing a mask and not going to work when you’re sick will help knock down the spike and get back to the positive trends that we had been experiencing until recently.  More importantly, these three primary things are likely the only way to avoid another lockdown here in Michigan.  Then we move onto a more positive aspect of the pandemic. Dr. McGraw tells us about the incredible impact that our local EMS and healthcare providers have made by volunteering their time with things like testing thousands of people in all sorts of facilities in an effort to track the spread of this virus. 

Visit www.OCMCA.org/coronavirus for more details.

Contact us, or send your questions, comments or ideas to QI@OCMCA.org.