Hear what emergency managers have learned during the response to COVID-19 and how it’s contributed to crisis planning and preparation.
To make it past this pandemic, our only hope is for our first responder personnel to believe in the usefulness of COVID-19 vaccinations to the point where they receive them.
If you feel like you might be about to run full-steam into a “pandemic wall” – physically, mentally, nutritionally and spiritually – you are not alone.
There are several actions we can all take to get through the last leg of the COVID-19 race and avoid hitting the pandemic wall.
EM/ES organizations have peer groups who have helped each other draw up and initiate plans related to tackling COVID-19 problems. Banding together with other profession organizations helps to ensure a common reopening strategy.
COVID-19 and influenza are both contagions with key similarities. Both are viruses (not bacteria) that first infect lung tissue.
As we begin to emerge from the horrific COVID-19 pandemic, also set to emerge soon are some trillions of periodic cicadas, offspring of the last invasion of the nasty-looking bugs in 2004.
Typical spring break revelry during a pandemic can lead to “countless more Americans getting infected as coronavirus variants threaten to outpace vaccinations.”