Salvation Army emergency response team ready to support quarantine families

published on 4 Feb 2020

Emergency Response Unit vehicle

The Salvation Army’s emergency response team is onsite at Solar Campus in Wallasey, Wirral, ready to provide food, refreshments and support to the families and friends of people in isolation, as needed.

It has also served meals and hot drinks to staff from the emergency services and other charities helping those affected.

The Salvation Army is recognised for rolling up its sleeves to support people and it stands ready to serve relatives and friends of those in quarantine should they travel to the area.

Adrian Clee, National Emergency Response Officer for the Salvation Army said: “Our Emergency Response teams are well known for supporting individuals and communities at time of crisis and we are here to play our part in the current response.”

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