Emergency dispatchers ask residents not to call 911 for questions about 'stay at home' order
Emergency response agencies are reminding people not to call 911 with questions about the "stay at home" order in Minnesota.
Officials from the Minneapolis Police Department and Bloomington Fire Department both said dispatchers have been overwhelmed with calls related to the statewide "stay at home" order.
Our 911 dispatcher‘s are incredibly busy. Please do not call 911 with questions on the stay at home order. Leave 911 available for true emergencies. Please go to mngov/governor/covid-19 for information related to the order and updates.— Bloomington Fire (@BFD_MN) March 28, 2020
Anyone who has a question about the "stay at home" order is asked to go to the governor's website for official information.
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