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  • 0 What are the symptoms of Corona Virus and Who is at Risk?

    What are the Symptoms? Common Symptoms: Fever, Tiredness, Fever, and Dry Cough Severe Symptoms: High Fever, Pneumonia, Difficulty Breathing Who is most at risk? People over the age of 60. People who are severely Obese. Women who are pregnant. People with pre-existing conditions such as: Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes, Chronic Respiratory Disease, High Blood Pressure, Cancer.
  • 1 Easy Ways to Prevent Corona Virus

    Wash your hands often. 20 SECONDS. or Hand sanitizer if water is not available. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue and throw it in the trash. Avoid close contact with large groups. Take sick leave.
  • 2 Corona Virus Prevention

    Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 SECONDS. Use hand sanitizer that has at least 60% alcohol. Clean and disinfect common touched items such as door handles and railings. Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue (not your hands or sleeve). Stay at home as much as possible. When speaking to a person put distance in between you and the person. Use face masks that have a seal. Surgical face masks are not effective for preventing the disease. Visit your doctor if you believe you are showing severe symptoms.
  • 3 World Wide Data for the Corona Virus Pandemic

    Despite all the news surrounding hospitalization and deaths from the Corona Virus, 80% of all cases are mild (like the flu). At least 93% of people who have the Corona Virus will recover. People over under the age of 60 and have contracted severe cases of the Corona Virus have ~1% chance of dying. People who have a pre-existing condition should take precaution and limit the outside exposure. The Corona Virus is less contagious than tuberculosis, polio, and small pox. There have been 2.1 BILLION mentions of COVID-19 #CoronaVirus in the media.
  • After the Flood Basics

    Steps to take if your home has suffered flood damage.
  • Flood Preparedness & Recovery Information

    FEMA instructions on how to prepare for and recover from local flooding.
  • Service Providers

    Organizations that provide services to the community.
  • Severe Weather / Flooding

    How to prepare for severe thunderstorms, tornadoes and floods.
  • Tornado Preparedness & Recovery Information

    FEMA guidelines on tornado preparedness and recovery.
  • Tornado Watch Vs. Tornado Warning

    Tornado Watch - The weather has conditions that may cause a tornado. Tornado Warning - A tornado has been spotted in your area.