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After COVID-19 recovery, first responders get back to work

 

Last updated 4/27/2020 at 1:58pm

STEFANIE DAZIO, MICHAEL R. SISAK and JAKE BLEIBERG

Associated Press

The new coronavirus doesn't care about a blue uniform or a shiny badge. Police, firefighters, paramedics and corrections officers are just a 911 call away from contracting COVID-19 and spreading it.

With N95 masks hanging off their duty belts and disposable blue gloves stuffed in their back pockets, they respond to radio calls, make arrests and manage prisoners. But their training never covered something quite like this - what has been called an "invisible bullet."

It's sickened thousands of America's first responders and k...



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