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November is Safety and Prevention Month. One way to keep your child safe is to have an evacuation plan in case of a natural disaster. Learn more: .
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Here are 3 reasons why handwashing with soap & water is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick & spreading germs at all times, including the holidays:
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Don't make a food safety mistake this . Learn practical skills & lesson, like how to prepare your meal safely, to & protect your guests from food poisoning:
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Handwashing is your best defense against . Learn (& share) practical skills, like the right way to wash your hands, to for outbreaks of the virus at school, work, & even in shelters. Learn more:
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CDC Emergency Nov 17
Don't get "done" in by a that looks cooked. Protect your family's by using a food to make sure it reaches an internal temperature of 165°F. Learn more:
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CDC Emergency Nov 17
for the holiday season by staying up to date on your vaccinations for illnesses like seasonal . Learn more ways to prepare:
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CDC Emergency Nov 16
100 years ago a swept the globe, infecting an estimated one-third of the world’s population. Here are 5 things you should know about the & why it matters a century later:
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PA Department of Health Nov 16
Are you traveling next week for ? If you're taking a road trip, prepare now by assembling an emergency kit for your vehicle 🚗 ↓
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CDC_NCBDDD Nov 16
An emergency can happen at any time and often without warning. Kids can help their families prepare for a disaster with these Ready Wrigley checklists.
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CDC_eHealth Nov 5
FREE : What are nonpharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) and how can they help slow the spread of pandemic ? Find out with CDC’s training for public health professionals.
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CDC Environment Nov 16
Returning home after a : Listen to authorities to find out when it is safe to return, and whether water is safe to drink.
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CDC Emergency Nov 16
Check on family & neighbors at high risk for -related illness. Young children & older adults can develop even when indoors. Learn more ways to prepare & protect your in all seasons:
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HHS.gov Nov 15
Enjoying a today? From keeping warm to safe shoveling, these health tips can help you weather the storm:
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CDC Emergency Nov 15
is here in parts of the country. Stay indoors & off the roads if you can. Dress warmly, prepare your vehicle, & plan your route if you must go out. Learn more:
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CDC Nov 15
Know how to be ready for winter weather, prevent cold-related health problems, and protect yourself during all stages of a winter storm.
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FEMA Region 9 Nov 14
California: Until the wildfires are fully contained, be safe: 🔹Use an N95 mask to keep harmful particles out of the air you breathe. 🔹Evacuate immediately if authorities tell you to do so. 🔹Do not return home until authorities say it is safe. ℹ️
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CDC Emergency Nov 15
Staying home on a ? Download Ready Wrigley resources, including the Ready Wrigley Prepares for activity book, at
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CDC Emergency Nov 15
can spread quickly in places like hospitals, schools, & even shelters. Here are 5 ways to help protect yourself from norovirus:
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CA Public Health Nov 14
The and continue to affect many Californians. If smoke is present, stay indoors and reduce outdoor activity. If you must go outside, wear a respirator mask. For info, visit our health FAQs: Fire info:
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CDC Emergency Nov 14
In 2017, a outbreak on sickened half of island residents. Because of partnerships with poison centers & pharmacies, was able to quickly deliver treatment & reduce the impact of the outbreak. Learn more:
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