Toronto Medics (@TorontoMedics )

Toronto Medics

Bio Official Twitter account of Toronto Paramedic Services. In an emergency call 9-1-1. Non-emerg: 416-392-2000. Media: 416-392-2255. Account not monitored 24/7.
Location Toronto, Canada
Tweets 5,8K
Followers 21,3K
Following 413
Account created 13-04-2009 22:23:20
ID 30976343

iPhone : Toronto is now in the Grey - Lockdown category of ON’s #COVID19 response framework to interrupt virus spread in our city. Stay home as much as you can & learn more about essential trips: ow.ly/sAo550CvDxD

iPhone : #Toronto is in the Grey – Lockdown category of the Province’s #COVID19 response framework. Please stay home except for essential trips for groceries, health care, child care, school & work that cannot be done from home.

Changes to City services: toronto.ca/home/covid-19/…

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Twitter Web App : This account is currently only providing information relevant to COVID-19 and Toronto Paramedic Services' response to the pandemic. Please follow City of Toronto
to learn about Toronto's response and recovery plans, or visit toronto.ca/covid19.

iPhone : 🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️Keep up the fight and we’ll get through this. #PracticeSafe6ix

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Twitter for iPad : It is important for everyone who can to get their flu shot this year. The flu vaccine will not protect you against COVID-19, but it will protect you from the flu or reduce the severity of illness from the flu. Get more info on 2020-2021 flu vaccines: toronto.ca/community-peop…

Twitter for iPad : November is Fall Prevention Month. Did you know that falls are the leading cause of injury among older Canadians, with 20-30% of seniors experiencing one or more falls each year? #PreventFalls2020 #FallPreventionMonth canada.ca/en/public-heal…

Twitter for iPad : #COVID19 is spreading at an alarming rate. Let’s all do our part:
➡Only leave home for essential reasons like work, school & exercise
➡Restrict social gatherings & close contact to people you live with
➡Watch distance, wear a mask & wash hands
More: bit.ly/3lyqpDA

Twitter for iPad : On Remembrance Day we commemorate and honour those who have made the ultimate sacrifice, and those who served Canada in conflict, peacekeeping and peacetime. #CanadaRemembers

Twitter for iPad : We’re now back to standard time, which means reduced visibility and fewer daylight hours. Whether you walk, drive or cycle, please stay alert and obey the rules of the road. #VisionZero

Learn more: toronto.ca/VisionZero pic.twitter.com/gvsCz96p7O

Twitter for iPad : It is more important than ever to get a flu shot this year. Log onto tphbookings.ca for more information on flu vaccination clinics in City of Toronto. We’ll get through this #TOgether if we all roll up our sleeves!

Twitter for iPad : November is Fall Prevention Month, and we all have a role to play! Declutter your home and remove potential obstacles from walkways and hallways to prevent falls. #PreventFalls2020 #SafetyTips 📷: Louish Pixel - Flickr

iPhone : Limiting in-person contact with people you dont live with as much as possible is one way to help protect yourself & others from #COVID19. Weigh where youre going & whether you need to, & ask yourself these questions before going out to help everyone stay safer.

Twitter for iPad : Don’t forget to #FallBack tonight as Daylight Savings Time officially ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 1!

iPhone : Trick-or-treating is not recommended this #Halloween but there are many creative ways to have a fun & spook-tacular celebration with the people you live with this year! See our #COVID19-friendly ideas here: ow.ly/wZXg50C6cFg

iPhone : Today we recognize World Stroke Orgs #worldstrokeday by passing on this very critical and potentially lifesaving information for recognizing a stroke. Never hesitate to call 9-1-1 if you witness such signs.

iPhone : Get in the #Halloween spirit while reducing the spread of #COVID19 by planning a safer celebration & alternative spooky activities. Here are some tips: toronto.ca/home/covid-19/…

Twitter for iPad : Getting a #FluShot is one of the best ways to protect yourself and others from the flu. It’s especially important this year to help protect our healthcare system during #COVID19. toronto.ca/flu

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Twitter for iPad : If you are able to, do what you can to help others who are struggling at this time. Please donate non-perishable food to food banks or drop off food donations at local fire halls. Restaurants or food businesses can donate to foodrescue.ca.
toronto.ca/home/covid-19/…