Fire chief in Wisconsin delivers COVID message

  • Source: MY Racine County
  • Published: 01/11/2021 12:00 AM

City of Burlington Fire Chief Alan Babe has an important message for Racine County residents who look to help first responders as the area continues to face the COVID-19 pandemic. Babe, selected from among many chiefs in Racine County, narrates a public service announcement through county social media feeds and on YouTube about stopping COVID-19 transmission. He said transmission only takes one person and could cause safety issues for first responders, local law enforcement, health care workers and other essential workers. “One choice can set off a domino effect. The small choices, the ones we make every day matter for our community,” Babe said. “Our essential workers and first responders have been working around the clock to protect us, our loved ones and our community during this public health crisis.” Babe said working together for the community can help overcome the challenging disease, which has infected thousands of Racine County residents.



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