In the battle against COVID-19, paramedics are out on the frontline. They're transporting patients who may be contagious; they're out in the community providing care while most Canadians hunker down at home to minimize physical contact with others.
This morning, editor Mark Gentili spoke with Roger Frappier, a primary care paramedic in Sudbury, with 17 years of service under his belt. He works as a community paramedic in health promotion and is part of the team of paramedics administering community testing for COVID-19.
How are paramedics doing their jobs in the age of COVID-19?
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