The Coronavirus is making news as it spreads throughout the world. The virus has now arrived in eighteen counties and has no available vaccine. This article is not meant to inspire fear, only to help you examine how prepared you are to care for your family.
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The phone calls, texts and news alerts became routine as utility companies in California turned off power to the lines carrying electricity to millions of people the last few weeks. Here is an interview with some of the locals who were affected. What did they do to prepare and to cope? What do they wish they had done differently?
Although much of this article refers to preparing for a pandemic or community health emergency the same preparations will provide safety and harmony in your home during a blizzard, extended power outage or civil unrest when you may need to hunker down in your own home for weeks or even months.
60 people were treated after meetinghouse was evacuated.
You can and should prepare now for the possibility of a pandemic. Our government and governments throughout the world, the World Health Organization, and relief agencies worldwide all believe a pandemic is coming.