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Farm Animal Emergency Preparedness

Farm Animal Emergency Preparedness

One type of pet does not fit all. Not everyone is a dog or a cat person. Many people choose to raise farm animals. Raising farm animals can bring lots of joy and is a great learning opportunity for families. However, they can have special needs when it comes to

Must-Haves for Your First-Aid Kit

Must-Haves for Your First-Aid Kit

First-aid kits are nothing new. They go back over 100 years to when, as the story goes, Robert Wood Johnson debuted the first-aid cabinet in 1888.(1) First-aid kits have changed over the years, but they are as useful as ever. They make it possible for ordinary people to be the

When Evacuation is a Must – Protect Yourself from Norovirus

When Evacuation is a Must – Protect Yourself from Norovirus

Natural disasters are unpredictable. Often, we don’t know when or where they will happen or if we will have to leave our homes because of them. Evacuations for hurricanes and wildfires can force people into emergency shelters, where close quarters, shared spaces, and high-touch surfaces can make it easy for

Places Please: Get Better Prepared by Getting Organized

Places Please: Get Better Prepared by Getting Organized

January is Get Organized Month. A new year is a popular time to make resolutions, like to get more exercise or quit tobacco. Another common one is to get organized. Getting organized can help you prepare for emergencies and stay calm in stressful and time-sensitive situations, like an evacuation. Here

3 Reasons to Phone a Friend Today

3 Reasons to Phone a Friend Today

December 28 is National Call a Friend Day Many people would rather send a text than make a call and it shows. Americans spend, on average, five more minutes per day texting (26 minutes) versus calling (21 minutes), by some estimates.(1) Among Americans younger than 50, sending and receiving text

COVID-19 ADVICES

Wear a mask, get COVID-19 vaccine, stay at least 6 feet apart, avoid crowds, and wash your hands to protect against COVID-19.

 

It’s critical to keep taking precautions to prevent COVID-19. Use masks to slow the spread.
COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting sick. Based on what we know about COVID-19 vaccines, people who have been fully vaccinated can start to do some things that they had stopped doing because of the pandemic.
We’re still learning how vaccines will affect the spread of COVID-19. After you’ve been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, you should keep taking precautions in public places like wearing a mask, staying 6 feet apart from others, and avoiding crowds and poorly ventilated spaces until we know more.

For more information, Please refer to the CDC.