Virtual Outreach: Three Ways to Protect and Serve in Times of Social Distancing

By nfpa@jiveon.com (A recent example of a fire department using Twitter to engage community members and share safety information during the COVID-19 pandemic.) Calling all community relations coordinators, life safety educators, community risk reduction specialists,

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