We spoke with Hanan Cohen, the director of corporate development and community paramedicine for Empress EMS, a partner of PatientCare EMS Solutions, in New York’s Westchester County, one of the most affected counties in the country so far with confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths. Hanan was COVID-19 positive himself and has since returned to work. He explained exactly what would happen should you call 911 for an ambulance within Empress EMS’s region with the suspicion that you may have contracted the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Disclaimer: “When in doubt, call 911 for any coronavirus or other medical concerns.”
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What Happens After You Call 911 For The Coronavirus