Fears For Coronavirus Dent Fire Safety Schedules

The recent spread of the Novel Coronavirus, first detected late in 2019 is having an impact on scheduled fire prevention and safety activities this spring. The disease, which is called COVID-19 once a person is infected, is considered to be extremely contagious, and has some potential to be life threatening. Although the caseload in the United States is not currently significant, after seeing how quickly it spread throughout Asia, California in general, and the CalFire Prevention Organization specifically are taking no chances.

Based on Governor Newsom’s “stay at home order,” our school program will temporarily be suspended pending additional information from the CDC and State health officials.

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