NY 911 emergency dispatchers instructed not to say ‘Ebola’ over radio

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October 16, 2014

NEW YORK – 911 emergency dispatchers in New York have been instructed not to use the work ‘Ebola’ over the radio.

According to the New York Post, officials made the decision in an effort to minimize fear and panic since the radio channels are often monitored by civilians and the media.

The Post reports that dispatchers have been instructed to use the code ‘F/T’ when discussing callers that have a fever and have a history of travel to West Africa.

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