Sarasota County Reminds Everyone to Prepare for Hurricane Season

Coconut Telegraph

As Florida enters hurricane season on June 1, residents are encouraged to take precautions for hazardous weather while keeping COVID-19 precautions in mind. Ensure disaster supply kits are complete and plans are made. Knowing the risk, getting prepared, and staying informed are vital steps everyone can take to get ready for hurricane season.

COVID-19: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines and precautions related to COVID-19 should be utilized in preparations. Add cloth face masks and hand sanitizer to disaster kits. Consider an evacuation plan that allows for staying with friends or family and remember to socially distance if possible. Hurricane evacuation shelters should be a last resort. Sarasota County evacuation centers will use Florida Department of Health and CDC guidelines for screening, use of masks, social distancing and increased sanitation.

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