Being prepared means you know what to do, where to go and you have supplies to properly respond to emergencies and disasters. By taking simple steps towards becoming more prepared, you can better navigate disruptions when they occur so you can get back to your life and work sooner. When we are prepared to take care of our needs for a minimum 72 hours, it allows first responders and all levels of government to focus on managing the crisis and helping those who need it most.
Learn how to shelter in place for different hazards in a variety of locations.
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