Learn about when, where and how to call 9-1-1.
Did you know 9-1-1 Telecommunicators are Essential Personnel? They are always there 24/7 to dispatch fire, medical, police. Sugarland Public Safety Dispatch serves 118,500 residents. They come to work for you..so they ask you please #stayathomeforus Sugar Land Police Department The City of Sugar Land, Texas – City Government ReadyHarris Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management Sugar Land Fire Department Fort Bend ISD
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9-1-1 calltakers are working 24/7 answering emergency calls and dispatching responders. Please remember to save the emergency phone lines for real life-threatening emergencies. Also, to ensure that responders are prepared, inform call takers of anyone with #COVID19 symptoms before they arrive.
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FLATTEN THE CURVE --- Why 6 feet? It's 'one' of our best defenses against the spread of COVID-19 when you need to be out in public. (Again, we hope you're at home.) When someone coughs or sneezes, small, sometimes unseeable, drops of liquid are sprayed out. If you’re standing too close, you can breathe them in. Those droplets could contain the coronavirus, if the person coughing is infected, according to the World Health Organization. Six feet is just far enough to be out of reach. #stayhomesavelives
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Healthy #socialdistancing means staying home,NOT visiting friends at their homes or public places.
Medical experts suggest that people with no symptoms spread #COVID19 the most. You or your friends may not show symptoms but can still be a risk to the community. #SaveLivesStayHome
The most recent guidelines for Americans from the
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The Friendswood ISD community must work together to fight COVID-19. Head to http://tea.texas.gov/staywell for vitally important public health guidance to stop the spread. If we stand apart as a community now, we will be together again soon.
It is important to teach children that 9-1-1 should ONLY be used for an EMERGENCY. It should never be used for non-emergencies. Prank calls to 9-1-1 can take up valuable time necessary for handling real life-threatening emergencies.
Stay-at-Home order extended till April 30th 11:59 PM for Harris County and all cities within Harris County
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#HarrisCounty Judge @LinaHidalgoTX and I giving an update to our region's ongoing response to contain and mitigate #COVID19.
Shout out to all the public health professionals doing incredible work behind the scenes to keep us in front of #COVID19. https://twitter.com/hcphtx/status/1244761350141870087