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Messages to share

Include these key messages about hurricane preparedness when creating content for social media posts.

Hashtag: #HurricanePrep, #HurricaneStrong

  • Hurricanes are not just a coastal problem, find out how rain, wind, water could happen where you live so you can start preparing now.
  • Discuss your hurricane emergency plan with your household and the latest Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19) 
  • Have enough supplies for your household, include medication, disinfectant supplies, cloth face coverings, pet supplies in your go bag or car trunk.
  • If you or anyone in your household is an individual with a disability identify if you may need additional help during an emergency.
  • You may have to evacuate quickly due to a hurricane so make sure to know your local evacuation zone.
  • Download the FEMA app and receive real-time alerts from the National Weather Service for up to five locations nationwide
  • Review your insurance policies and make sure personal documents (like ID) are up to date. 
  • Prepare your business with a continuity plan to continue operating when disaster strikes.

Have enough food, water and other supplies to support your needs for several days. Pictured: an emergency supply kit.

Have enough food, water and other supplies to support your needs for several days. Pictured: an emergency supply kit.
Build a Kit

Prepare your home. Always run generators outdoors to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning. Fill up your car's gas tank, park in a garage if possible. Cover windows with hurricane shutters or plywoood Secure outdoor objects or bring them inside. Keep all trees and shurbs well-trimmed.
Prepare Your Home

Are you prepared for a power outage? flashlight, battery/solar powered phone charger, first aid kit, battery/hand-crank powered radio, spare batteries, at least 3 day water supply and food supply
Prepare for Power Outage

Be a good neighbor. In the event of a disaster, be sure to check on those around you.
Be a Good Neighbor!

Follow local officials for directions and latest updates.
Follow Local Officials

Flood Water is Dangerous
Flood Water is Dangerous

Download the FEMA app to get alerts and warnings. #hurricaneprep
Download the FEMA App

Have an Evacuation Plan
Have an Evacuation Plan

Hurricane preparedness. Make a plan, build a kit, be informed.
Hurricane Preparedness

Review your family's emergency plans to see if they should change due to coronavirus
Review Emergency Plans During Coronavirus

Review your family's emergency plans to see if they should change due to coronavirus
Review Emergency Plans During Coronavirus

Being prepared for emergencies during coronavirus will help you and your community.
Prepare During Coronavirus

Being prepared for emergencies during coronavirus will help you and your community.
Prepare During Coronavirus

Visit ready.gov/plan to learn how to make an emergency plan during coronavirus.
Make an Emergency Plan During Coronavirus

visit readylgov/plan to learn how to make an emergency plan during coronavirus.
Make an Emergency Plan During Coronavirus

A man reading. A man cooking. Do your part to slow the spread of coronavirus. Stay home. Visit coronavirus.gov to learn more.
Stay Home

A house with a garden at night. A man cooking. Do your part to slow the spread of coronavirus. Stay home. Visit coronavirus.gov to learn more.
Stay Home

A couple playing video games. A man cooking. Do your part to slow the spread of coronavirus. Stay home. Visit coronavirus.gov to learn more.
Stay Home

A man cooking. Do your part to slow the spread of coronavirus. Stay home. Visit coronavirus.gov to learn more.
Stay Home

A laptop with video chat up. Limit gatherings with others outside of your household. Video chat is a fe way to connect.
Limit Gatherings

a couple watching the local news. Follow fuidance from local authorities.
Follow Guidance from Authorities

A woman holding a basket wearing a face mask. if you must make essential trips: stay six feet apart from other people. Wear a cloth face covering. Once home, wash your hands for 20 seconds.
Essential Trips

a man wearing a face mask. When out in public, wear a cloth face covering.
Cover Your Face

a man with a bucket wearing a face cloth. If you must make essential trips: stay six feet apart from other people, wear a cloth face covering, once home, wash your hands for 20 seconds.
Essential Trips

Follow guidance from local authorities. A woman watching local news.
Follow Guidance from Authorities

Last Updated: 05/01/2020