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What is the sign for 'Paramedic'?


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Hi all, 

I have seen signs for Doctor, Nurse, Dentist, Ambulance, etc. but can't seem to find a definitive sign for Paramedic. I don't mind finger spelling to clarify my job, but it's a long word to spell and wonder if there's a more concise sign. 

Thanks! 

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Hi there,

would the sign for ambulance (sirene) and then nurse (cross on outer aspect of non-dominant arm) not cover it? I know a paramedic is not just an 'ambulance nurse', but maybe it covers the meaning sufficiently? I'm a learner, so please don't take my word for gospel...

Best wishes,

Marijn

 

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Hey,

A different take on the word.

According to google a Pandemic means "(of a disease) prevalent over a whole country or the world."

So my guess would be Virus + World and since I guess your talking about the coronavirus I would add Corona + Virus + World

Same I'm a learner too, just my thought.....

(Sign for Coronavirus taken from BBC- Dave the dog is worried about Coronavirus)

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