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2021 Incidents
Month Eng/Res/Ch Amb
Jan 61 137
Feb 66 114
Mar 82 134
Apr 94 130
May
June
July
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Sept
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 303 515

2020 incidents
Month Fire/Res/Ch Amb Vol Runs/ %
Jan 88 139 35 / 15.55%
Feb 90 130 25 / 8.8%
Mar 103 100 36 / 18%
Apr 80 84 76 / 46%
May 75 94 29 / 17%
Jun 91 123
Jul 96 136
Aug 95 112
Sept 88 119
Oct 82 107
Nov 71 132
Dec 69 130
Total 1028 1406 201

2019 Incidents
Month Fire/Rescue Amb
Jan 76 119
Feb 66 102
Mar 77 178
Apr 70 131
May 90 141
Jun 74 114
Jul 102 131
Aug 78 145
Sep 83 115
Oct 92 92
Nov 91 149
Dec 105 163
Total 1004 1580

2018 Incidents
Month Amb ENG.
Jan 174 93
Feb 250 84
Mar 189 102
Apr 182 84
May 179 107
Jun 179 86
Jul 183 91
Aug 133 83
Sept 123 79
Oct 135 77
Nov 113 69
Dec 142 69
Total 1982 1024

2017 Incidents
Month Amb ENG/Car Air Wagon
Jan 153 71 0
Feb 160 70 0
Mar 161 130 0
Apr 154 89 0
May 174 77 0
Jun 180 92 1
Jul 155` 89 1
Aug 152 74 4
Sept 182 76 2
Oct 175 93 2
Nov 173 94 2
Dec 173 84 6
Total 1992 1039 18

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Valentines Blood Drive
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By ADMINISTRATOR Jesse Wright
January 23, 2021

Valentine's Blood Drive is being held February 13th starting at 9am and going until 2pm.

NO more than 2 donors will be giving blood at a time.
All donors must sign-up in advance to donate. No walk-ins will be taken.
Sign Up Here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f084caba92ea5fb6-lakeshore
Donors cannot sign up more than one person under one name.
Only 2 donors can signed up per 15 minute intervals.
There may be longer wait times due to social distancing.
All donors and all staff will be masked during entire process (the only exception is during the taking the temperature during the collection of vitals)
All donors will be prescreened outside the bus (do you have any cold symptoms, fever, contact with someone who has COVID, etc). If the answer is yes then the donor will be deferred before they get on the bus.
Staff will decontaminate all areas of the bus throughout the day.
Donors will be asked to use hand sanitizers immediately upon approaching the bus and throughout the whole blood donation process. It is a requirement that the staff uses hand disinfectant between each donor and throughout the day.
Gloves are not a necessity while donating; in fact, your gloves will be asked to be removed during the vitals collection part of the blood donation process. Staff will be wearing gloves as they are in contact with the blood donation individual.
For More information Contact LSVFCinfo@lsvfc.com

Thank you very much.


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