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Learn COVID-19 Facts
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Pandemic

Know the facts about a pandemic. Public Health is everyone’s responsibility.
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Holiday Safety Social Media Toolkit

Share safety and preparedness tips on your social media networks during the holidays.
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Home Fires

Be sure to have working smoke alarms on every level of your home, including in every bedroom and outside all sleeping areas.
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Cybersecurity

Learn how to prevent, detect and respond to cyber incidents.
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Winter Weather

Know what to do before, during and after snowstorms and extreme cold.
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Power Outages

Have alternative charging methods for your phone in case of power outages.
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Hurricanes

Prepare for hurricanes now. Know where to go if asked to evacuate quickly and how you and your family will get there.
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FEMA’s Response to Coronavirus

Find resources on Doing Business with FEMA, How to Help, FAQs, Rumor Control Page and more on FEMA.gov.
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Make a Plan

Be Prepared. Make an emergency plan today and practice it.
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Build a Kit

Make sure your emergency kit is stocked with the right items.
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Emergency Alerts

Wireless emergency alerts allow officials to provide the public with life-saving information quickly.

Last Updated: 11/25/2020