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..”[I] wish to extend my gratitude to all of those involved in making a really bad moment a bit better. I am not just a concerned father in this case, I am a Critical Care Paramedic and EMS Instructor. The hallmark of a good provider is always competence, confidence and compassion. All of these attributes were on full display by the crew… as they committed acts of blatant customer service in the performance of their duties. Please extend my gratitude as a father and immense respect as an EMS Instructor for the exemplary performance of these two care providers. You can be proud of how they performed so admiringly as ambassadors to our chosen EMS Profession. Thank You is not enough but it will have to do for now”..

– Customer Feedback (2019)

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[EMT CLASS REGISTRATION] This fall we are offering a blended (online + in-person) class for those wishing to pursue their Emergency Medical Technician certification.

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⚠️ A HEAT ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FROM 11AM to 7PM ⚠️

– Take frequent breaks if you need to be outdoors
– Stay hydrated πŸ’§
– Check on friends, family, and neighbors
– Bring pets indoors – asphalt can burn paws 🐾
– Exercise caution when swimming in areas without a lifeguard See MoreSee Less

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Timeline PhotosWinona Mayor Mark Peterson on Tuesday signed a citywide mask order starting at 12:01 am Friday.

The order requires all Winona residents and visitors to wear face coverings indoors in public buildings when closer than 6 feet to other people, and anywhere where physical distancing is difficult.

The order comes a day after Mankato and Rochester approved similar orders, and amid a continued rise in COVID-19 cases across the region.

"This order will help keep our businesses open, allow our schools and universities to open this fall, and most importantly protect the health and safety of all Winona residents," Peterson said.

The order requires wearing masks when individuals are closer than 6 feet to another person in businesses, bars/restaurants (except when seated), and other locations.

There are exemptions for medical, disability, developmental, and other reasons.

Folks who don’t comply will be asked to leave the business or area; refusal could result in trespassing. Businesses could face administrative actions on city licenses.

We know you have questions. You can ask them here, but please read this Q&A first: www.cityofwinona.com/maskorder. See MoreSee Less

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