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Cape May Police Ask 911 Callers to Tell if Flu-like Symptoms Are Present


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CAPE MAY – The City of Cape May Emergency Services ask the public’s assistance in protecting the firefighter/EMT’s and police officers. 
According to a release, the city is asking that in the event anyone dials 911, make sure to let the communications operator know if anyone in the household is experiencing flu-like symptoms.
This will help first responders ensure they are properly protected so they can provide the appropriate and necessary care to members of the caller’s household.

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