Dispatchers get new protocols for potential Ebola calls
San Francisco's 9-1-1 dispatchers are using a new protocol for callers who may have been exposed to Ebola or who are experiencing symptoms. Meanwhile, New York City officials are worried about a public Ebola panic and have instructed dispatchers not to use the word Ebola or related terminology during radio transmissions. New York dispatchers instead are to use "F/T" to designate a person who has a fever or has traveled to West Africa. New York Post
(10/16), KPIX-TV (San Francisco)
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