Mississauga firefighter tests positive for COVID-19
Responding to reports of a firefighter testing positive for COVID-19, the Mississauga Fire Fighters Association confirmed the diagnosis this afternoon.
The firefighter, who has not been identified, is reported to be in stable condition and doing well.
“Our firefighter who tested positive for COVID-19 is doing well and we are thankful for all of the best wishes,” the association wrote on Twitter.
The fire station in question has been temporarily closed for a cleaning of the premises.
Mississauga firefighters say they remain committed to being on the front lines and helping residents through the ongoing pandemic.
Our firefighter who tested positive for #covid19 is doing well & we are thankful for all of the best wishes. Mississauga Firefighters are a dedicated group of professionals who remain on the front lines delivering service to our community and its residents. #WereInThisTogether https://t.co/O17Mh9jBC2 pic.twitter.com/ZHjjnENKBX— Mississauga FF L1212 (@IAFF1212) March 29, 2020
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