This message from the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) includes critical and emergent resources for fire and EMS on the COVID-19 response.The COVID-19 outbreak is a rapidly evolving situation. USFA will update information through this email list at least once each week.
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Transitioning from this fire season’s operational tempo, combined with the arrival of the holiday season, can lead to stress and anxiety for wildland firefighters. Now is an excellent time to reframe your thinking about the holidays, especially after a long fire season impacted by COVID-19.
The National Wildfire Coordinating Group’s Mental Health Subcommittee provides mental health information of value to wildland firefighters and the structural firefighter community in its latest newsletter.
COVID-19 essential information
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Resources to protect the fire and EMS from COVID-19.
EMS.gov. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Office of Emergency Medical Services provides current COVID-19 information for EMS responders.
What firefighters and EMS providers need to know about COVID-19.The CDC answers your questions about providing medical treatment, transport of ill patients, how you can protect yourself and others, and what steps employers of firefighter and EMS personnel should take for safe and effective COVID-19 response.
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