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Fire season could bring complications to states already battling Covid-19 Air pollution from wildfire smoke increases susceptibility to the coronavirus leading to worsened health conditions for both those near fires.
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From Politico: How to Redesign the World for Coronavirus and Beyond. In the months since the coronavirus engulfed the world, it’s become clear that society won’t go back to normal any time soon, if ever. Yes, states are reopening their … Continue reading →
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From FedScoop: With a pandemic and hurricane season crushing FEMA, the agency could use some bots The Federal Emergency Management Agency‘s various grant programs have made more awards more this year than the past 30 years combined, a top official … Continue reading →
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Author:  FEMA Office of External Affairs The ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic introduces new challenges to hurricane season.  To prepare the nation, FEMA is holding webinars to expand awareness and understan...
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Author:  FEMA Office of External Affairs Around the world, communities are using innovative approaches to support coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts. Each week, FEMA is highlighting these extraordinary efforts...
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Author:  FEMA Office of External Affairs Around the world, communities are using innovative approaches to support coronavirus (COVID-19) response efforts. Each week, FEMA is highlighting these extraordinary efforts...
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Incorporating Social Media Into Your Exercises #SMEM
Post by: Kim Stephens Social media is now a common tool emergency management and response organizations turn to in order to interact with the public before, during and after a disaster event. However, testing the use of social media during … Continue reading →
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Reach Your Audience in an Emergency: #SMEM
Post by: Kim Stephens Keep the flood photos coming. Click here to upload: http://t.co/CyodRwubwx pic.twitter.com/YDfDp3XifU — WJZ | CBS Baltimore (@cbsbaltimore) April 30, 2014 Flooding was rampant yesterday for what seemed like half the country. Social Media was buzzing with … Continue reading →
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