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Create an Emergency Plan 

Before a disaster strikes, learn how to make a plan, including building an emergency kit with basic survival items.

  • - Learn how to find shelter, plan an evacuation route, and maintain contact with family members. 

  • - Find out which supplies and important items you should pack when building your own emergency survival kit. Include cloth face masks, soap, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes to protect against COVID-19.

  • Going to a  - Learn how to stay safe in an emergency shelter during the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Đang chơi bài - Get information about preparing medications in the event of a disaster.

  • - Get information about staying safe during an emergency if you have a disability. Find out about managing benefits electronically and how to build an emergency kit that meets your individual needs.

  • - Gather important financial information and keep an emergency savings account. Be sure to keep your medical records safe and also make sure your insurance needs are covered.

  • Đang chơi bài - Learn how to get your pet ready, build a kit with basic survival items, and more.

  •  - Get tips for preparing your organization for hazards. Learn about identifying risks to your business and how to stay safe from various types of disasters.

Get Weather and Emergency Alerts

Find tools and information to help get your home, family, and business ready to deal with disasters and emergencies.

  • from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s FEMA mobile app. You can get weather warnings for up to five locations plus disaster, aid, and shelter information.

  • to receive SMS text and email alerts. You can also see their suggested weather apps to stay informed.

  • on your smartphone. These alerts from the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) public safety system are for severe weather and disasters. They also include alerts for national emergencies.

  • Find government information and services to help you or a family member deal with a
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Last Updated: August 24, 2020