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Fall River (MA) EMS Trailer Makes Getting Vaccinated Even Easier

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This latest method of getting free COVID-19 vaccinations in the city comes courtesy of the Fall River Emergency Medical Services' newly acquired emergency-response, mobile trailer unit.
The photo shows a smiling Scott Couture

Motorcade of First Responders Escort Lawrence (MA) EMT to Funeral Services

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Scott Couture was beloved by many for his compassion and empathy as an EMT, as well as his fun-loving personality that showed no bounds.

Chemical Spill at RI Medical Supply Company Hospitalizes 20 Employees

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Twenty employees at Pawtucket medical supply company Bio-Detek were hospitalized for “irritant complaints.”
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Plainville (MA) EMT Battling COVID-19 in Need of Help

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Brett Bertram has his career built around helping others in their time of need.
New Bedford Fire Department

Three People Hospitalized, 34 Cats Killed in New Bedford (MA) Fire

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In what amounted to what officials deemed a “domesticated animal mass casualty incident,” 34 cats were killed and three people hospitalized after a fire in Massachusetts over the weekend.
Lawrence Fire Department

Lawrence (MA) Firefighter Praised for Helping Choking Newborn

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A firefighter is being commended for helping a choking, 5-day-old infant this weekend.
Fenway Park

Mass Vaccination Site Might Be Moved Out of Fenway Park

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Mobile coronavirus vaccination sites and clinics geared toward essential workers are in and the mass vax site at Fenway might be out.
Boston EMS

Boston EMS Workers Embrace Mobile Coronavirus Vaccine Sites

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Boston EMS workers are raring to go start giving out coronavirus vaccine shots through the city's upcoming mobile clinics.
FILE - This 2020 electron microscope image provided by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases - Rocky Mountain Laboratories shows SARS-CoV-2 virus particles which cause COVID-19, isolated from a patient in the U.S., emerging from the surface of cells cultured in a lab. According to two new studies released on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020, people who have antibodies from infection with the coronavirus seem less likely to get a second infection for several months and maybe longer.

Boston (EMS) to Help Launch Mobile Vaccine Clinics

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These will first be targeted toward Boston Housing Authority buildings full of seniors and people with disabilities.
Easton Fire Department

Nearly a Dozen Hurt in Serious Collision in Easton (MA)

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Two minivans — a Honda and a Toyota — collided head-on, causing extensive front-end damage to both vehicles.