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Ambulance staff lack training, equipment for Ebola

Oct. 27, 2014, Toronto - Ambulance services in Toronto, Hamilton and Peel – the region that includes Canada’s busiest airport – are scrambling to prepare nearly 1,800 paramedics for Ebola after Ontario Ministry of Labour inspectors found they had not outfitted or trained their emergency responders well enough to safely transport patients with the disease. The Globe and Mail reports.

October 27, 2014
By The Globe and Mail

Oct. 27, 2014, Toronto – Ambulance services in Toronto, Hamilton and Peel – the region that
includes Canada’s busiest airport – are scrambling to prepare nearly
1,800 paramedics for Ebola after Ontario Ministry of Labour inspectors
found they had not outfitted or trained their emergency responders well
enough to safely transport patients with the disease. The Globe and Mail reports. | READ MORE