Epi-Pens in City Facilities

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Epi–Pens in City Facilities

Recently a staff direction was approved at City Council to review the epinephrine auto injectors (epi-pens) in city facilities. Staff are currently looking at the feasibility, cost, and the legal implications of us not providing this. If you or someone you know suffer from life-threatening allergies and you would like to support this initiative please send a email or letter to us directly to me at blair.lancaster@burlington.ca or 426 Brant Street, Burlington, ON, L7R 3Z6, Canada, Councillor’s Office. Thank you to the Burlington Post for this compelling article.

CCS-10-15 – Memo regarding implementation of EpiPens in City Facilities
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