My department does very limited medical response - only serious / code calls, and/or if the ambulance squad needs us for manpower / lift assist / general help. So... with this quarantine / shutdown, our call volume has dropped dramatically. During a "usual" week, every day after about 3pm until 6pm I would half expect either an automatic fire alarm due to people coming home and starting to cook, or a car accident from people returning home from work. We are going days now between calls. We usually average 500 calls a year (small town volunteer department), looks like that will be down substantially this year. Our ambulance department, which is separate from the FD, is full time paid. They go to over 2,000 calls a year, I don't know how their calls are up or down during all this, but I know they are tired of constantly putting on and off PPE, and disinfecting the ambulances. So, have your non-medical calls lessened? For that matter, what about medical response? More or less?