The state of emergency due to COVID-19 has been operating in the United States for a year, and Biden extended it again: what is special about this decision

US President Joe Biden has extended the COVID-19 emergency across the United States. This is stated on the website of the White House. The emergency regime was supposed to end on March 1. It was introduced in March 2020. Dates ...

Coronavirus in the USA: for the first time in history an emergency regime introduced throughout the country

US President Donald Trump on Saturday, April 11, released a declaration on the introduction of a "massive disaster" regime in the United States in connection with the coronavirus pandemic. Thus, for the first time in the history of the country, this provision was extended to all 50 American states and the District of Columbia. About it…

Until 2021: US government prepares for 18 months of coronavirus crisis

A 100-page emergency plan recently released by government officials says the 2019-nCoV crisis in the US could drag on for 18 months. Perhaps even longer, Fox News reports. The plan says that the country can observe ...

Workshop: emergency preparedness

This is a meeting to which all residents of the community are invited who are interested in learning how to take care of themselves and those around them. In this workshop, you will learn about: potential risks for the community; learn how to prepare for emergencies and natural disasters; get to know ...

For the first time in human history: UN announces emergency climate

The rapid melting of glaciers in Greenland, where 179 billion tons of ice melted in July alone, fires in Siberia, Alaska, Canada and the Amazon in June and July this year led to the release of tens of megatons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. Everything,…

What to do in case of a fire in a public place: a reminder that can save your life

After the tragedy in the Zimnyaya Vishnya shopping center in Kemerovo, where, according to official figures, 64 people died, many began to think about how to survive in an emergency in a public place. The Gubernia Daily, described the instructions for survival. Be attentive. Try to remember ...

Residents of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts fleeing floods

The harsh weather conditions hitting Pennsylvania and Massachusetts caused a gasoline leak in the pipeline, causing the death of one person and the evacuation of hundreds of residents, The Weather reports. Heavy rainfall triggered flooding and landslides, causing a gasoline spill in the Sunoco pipeline in Lycoming County. ...

Hurricane Matthew's heavy rains and wind hit Florida

Heavy rains and winds from Hurricane Matthew hit Florida, where thousands of people are without electricity, officials say. [fbvideo link = ”https://www.facebook.com/cnn/videos/10155413484711509/” width = ”500 ″ height =” 400 ″ onlyvideo = ”1 ″] National Hurricane Center downgraded Matthew's category to third, where wind speed reaches 195 km / h. The hurricane is expected to strike the northeast ...

How to survive in case of emergency in a high-rise building

American cities have a large number of skyscrapers that are very comfortable and beautiful, but quite dangerous in case of an emergency. In order not to get confused and save the lives of yourself and your family, the Ready.gov project has collected tips on how to properly behave in ...

If Hermin comes to New York: how to prepare for a storm in the city

The National Weather Service warned of a tropical storm in the New York City area starting at 11 a.m. on September 4. Tropical storm warnings are usually issued 36 hours before the expected start of the winds. Hermin is expected to start off the coast of Delmarv this weekend, ...

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