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“That fatigue resulted in some people getting injured. Sodhy said response times to the eastern side of the county have been slightly slower but overall, county providers have remained in compliance for rural areas. Crocker, who represents Exeter and eastern Tulare County on the Tulare County Board of Supervisors, asked Tulare County’s Health and Human Services Agency to look into funding to find a way.
At the beginning of the governor’s mandated shutdown, EDA’s call volume dropped by almost a quarter and transports dropped by one third between March and May when compared to the previous year. Full Story. Exeter District Ambulance manager Peter Sodhy said he picked up a check for $200,000 from the County of Tulare on Friday, staving off possible layoffs due to financial losses from the pandemic in the spring. Tulare County Sheriff's Headquarters The employee began to show symptoms and notified a supervisor. “Confidence is high we won’t need any layoffs unless there is another strict shut down,” Sodhy said. On July 21, the Board of Supervisors appointed longtime firefighter Juan “Bobby” Martinez to the at-large seat.