The remaining EMTs and Paramedics who had traveled from across the country to join FDNY on the front lines in the city's response to COVID-19 departed the FDNY EMS Academy at Fort Totten today to begin their journeys home. Read more:
This week's CityView episode brings you the latest on #COVID19 and how our community is caring for one another. We highlight our @ATCEMS paramedics and EMTs for the quality care they continue to provide for us every single day. #ATXforATX ➡️
Veterinarian Julie Butler served Harlem. Her motto was, “if you have it to give, you give.” Ilona Murai lit up Broadway stages. Idris Bey trained @FDNY EMTs to become New York’s Best. Our country has lost nearly 100,000 lives to COVID-19. Know their names. Know their stories.
As #NationalEMSWeek ends, we want to take one last moment to express our gratitude to the EMTs and Paramedics at @BOSTON_EMS . You work tirelessly to keep us safe and healthy every day. You are our superheroes and we cannot thank you enough for service.
As we wrap up #EMSWeek kids and adults of all ages are invited to visit to watch the full virtual tour of in the Bronx, hosted #Station15y Paramedic Barillas. See the ambulance and the life-saving equipment that EMTs and Paramedics use to keep NYC safe!
Maybe—just maybe—the most essential people in our economy are not hedge fund managers. Could it be that they are doctors, nurses, EMTs, grocery store workers, workers in drug stores, farm workers, and truck drivers? Let us begin to rethink some of our priorities.
We're seeing how the most essential workers are not hedge fund managers, but doctors and nurses and EMTs, grocery store workers, workers in drug stores, and the truck drivers and bus drivers. They must have hazard pay, protective gear and paid leave NOW.
To the Doctors, Nurses, Pharmacists, Dentists, Medical personnel, EMTs, Police officers, Firefighters, Grocery store workers, Custodians, Postal workers, Delivery drivers, Bus drivers, Train conductors: We’ll wait to start Until you reach the finish.