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CDC Emergency 11m
In the path of a hurricane? Learn your community's evacuation routes, & location of emergency shelters.
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CDC Emergency 27m
You can’t stop a , but you can be ready. Important preparedness info here:
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CDC Emergency 59m
Is your power out? Seek medical care immediately if your child has symptoms of heat-related illness.
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CDC Emergency 5h
Power outages can be deadly in hot weather. Check on friends, family, and neighbors.
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CDC en Español 21h
¿Está en una inundación? No beba del agua ni la use para lavar platos, cepillarse los dientes ni preparar comida.
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CDC en Español 22h
Fíjese en consejos de para saber qué alimentos no son seguros para comer y botarlos.
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NIOSH 8h
Get involved and share preparedness info in your business
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CDC Emergency 21h
Floodwater poses various health risks. Wear rubber boots & gloves, & goggles during cleanup of affected area
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CDC Sep 25
Stay cool, hydrated and informed to prevent heat-related illness after a hurricane.
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Florida Dept. Health 24h
If you have open cuts or sores exposed to floodwater, keep them as clean as possible by washing with soap and disinfected/boiled water.
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CDC NCEZID Sep 25
Be prepared for an . Include an extra pair of eyeglasses & contact lenses in your go bag. .
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CDC Emergency Sep 25
Stay safe after the storm. Keep generators outdoors & at least 20 ft away from any window, door, or vent.
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PRFAA Sep 25
For a Directory of Emergency Operation Centers in Puerto Rico, please click here:
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Florida Dept. Health Sep 25
Don't forget your pets during the hot days of clean-up. Make sure they have access to water, ventilation and shade.
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CDC en Español Sep 24
¿En zona afectada por ? Escuche las advertencias de autoridades locales para saber si el agua es segura.
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CDC Emergency Sep 25
If ever asked to evacuate bc of an , make like a 🌳 & leave w/ a "go bag" incl meds
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CDC en Español Sep 25
Manténgase fresco, hidratado e informado para prevenir enfermarse por calor tras un huracán.
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CDC Emergency Sep 25
In hot weather, power failures can be deadly. Check on friends, neighbors, & loved ones.
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Stephen Redd, MD Sep 22
: 66% of ppl say they have NOT volunteered in a disaster. Communities need volunteers at every phase of an .
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CDC Sep 24
Does your family live in an area affected by ? Don’t allow children to play in or near flood waters.
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