Tuscaloosa County EMA is once again holding regularly scheduled meetings with several groups that respond to or treat people with coronavirus.
WBRC met with Tuscaloosa County EMA Director Nick Lolley Thursday morning. “Everybody needs to know the information, what’s going on, kind of where they’re at, basically in the ER what doctors and nurses are seeing,” Lolley explained.
WBRC watched as he organized the first of many upcoming meetings with groups dealing with coronavirus in this community. This meeting included officials from DCH Regional Medical Center, Tuscaloosa and Northport Fire Departments, Northstar Ambulance Service among others.
“They basically tell us where they’re at with COVID. If they need supplies, PPE, supplied to us by the state comes here and we hand it out to our stakeholders,” Lolley continued.