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Tenn. dispatchers to screen for Ebola signs

Knoxville-area 911 calls might soon include questions about international travel and contact with diseased individuals

Contra Costa Health officials say water and swab samples from a Richmond spa contained high levels of legionella bacteria
“Instead of responding to the majority of 999 calls we receive every day, we want to flip that so we only go to those patients who really, really need a double staffed paramedic emergency ambulance quickly.”
Carla Murphy’s attorney said her safety concerns with the CAD system led to a dispute with Deputy Commissioner Augier and Commissioner Kavanagh
Brian Smith expressed concerns about home addresses being flagged as dangerous for first responders based on potentially erroneous information