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  1. The COVID-19 Outbreak and Natural Disasters: More Ways to Stay Prepared

    The COVID-19 Outbreak and Natural Disasters: More Ways to Stay Prepared
    As we approach month five since the coronavirus outbreak hit America, many of us might have difficulty remembering what it was like before quarantine and social distancing. With a vaccine looking like it will be coming by the end of 2020 at best, it’s time to dig in for the long haul. The time to prepare for the worst has...
  2. Five Ways to Prepare for Continued Civil Unrest

    Five Ways to Prepare for Continued Civil Unrest
    Economic uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic coupled with rioting and looting has turned 2020 into one of the most tumultuous years in our history. Here are five steps to immediately ensure that you and your family stay as safe and as prepared as possible during these challenging times we’re all experiencing.  Here at More Prepared, we’ve been advocates of getting...
  3. 5 Simple Tips for Earthquake Home Preparedness

    5 Simple Tips for Earthquake Home Preparedness
    The lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with civil unrest might have caused some people to put preparing for natural disasters on the backburner. However, disasters certainly don’t go away, and one of the worst of which are earthquakes - especially for residents of California. There are weather services that can predict most natural disasters, including tornadoes, hurricanes and...
  4. Here’s How to Stay Ready for Disasters Amid COVID-19. Hint: Don’t Rely on Government

    Here’s How to Stay Ready for Disasters Amid COVID-19. Hint: Don’t Rely on Government
    Emergency government systems are overloaded due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This means that response times to hurricanes or other natural disasters will likely be delayed. This means one thing - it’s imperative that you be ready for a natural disaster when it strikes this summer and fall, and definitely don’t plan on relying for government help from organizations like FEMA...
  5. Will A Mask Protect You From Contracting the Coronavirus?

    Will A Mask Protect You From Contracting the Coronavirus?
    As it stands now, 1.4 million people tested positive for having COVID-19 in the U.S. At the point of this writing 84,575 Americans have died from the coronavirus causing COVID-19. Most of the cases of COVID-19 happened in New York, with more than 27,000 confirmed deaths. There have been over 4.4 million confirmed cases of the virus worldwide, with almost...

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