With Boston in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, first responders in Boston, working around the clock and fanning out through the city to aid residents, said
The members of this Union are on the front lines of this global pandemic. Everyday they willingly lace up their boots and go to work to combat this invisible enemy that is wreaking havoc on society. Join the fight and help us, stay home, wash your hands and keep your distance from others. If you are able, go the extra mile, donate PPE. Listed below are items that are essential for us to carry out our duties. Please contact President Michael MacNeil at MMacNeil@bppa.org if you can help. Our motto, Unity and Strength has never been more important.
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Members of Boston’s EMS union are blasting Faulkner Hospital for not properly informing paramedics of coronavirus testing that took place in their sub-station, leaving their