Ready or Not?

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tabby
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Ready or Not?

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I thought this was interesting ~~~~~> Ready or Not? - Trust for America's Health

You can find out how well prepared your state is for any contingency that would fall under the realm of public emergency. Virginia received an 8 out of 10 which was somewhat comforting but begs the question of what the deficit of 2 represents.

Historically, most of Virginia's state of emergencies have tended to revolve around flooding and hurricanes. I hope it stays that way!

Check it out and see how well prepared your area is!
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Ready or Not?

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tabby;1504436 wrote: I thought this was interesting ~~~~~> Ready or Not? - Trust for America's Health

You can find out how well prepared your state is for any contingency that would fall under the realm of public emergency. Virginia received an 8 out of 10 which was somewhat comforting but begs the question of what the deficit of 2 represents.

Historically, most of Virginia's state of emergencies have tended to revolve around flooding and hurricanes. I hope it stays that way!

Check it out and see how well prepared your area is!


It would be interesting to see an equivalent for the British counties

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