Now, more than ever, it’s important to be prepared. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to unfold, disaster planners say it’s not too late to improve – or even start – your emergency preparedness plan.
”What is being called the new normal requires people to adapt in a new way that I’ve never seen before in my career. We’re not just thinking about the next two weeks, but the next two months,” said Patrick Hardy, a certified emergency manger and former first responder.
Hardy has worked with FEMA to develop disaster plans. He says it’s not too late to prep for the coronavirus crisis.”