Tornadoes left a trail of destruction across five states in the south this week. Severe storms continue toward the southeast, with more threats of tornadoes and intense wind.
FEMA is working alongside the CDC and other federal partners to help state, territorial, local and tribal partners minimize these types of challenges so that everyone who wants to be vaccinated can be. Mobile Vaccination Centers are one way we are making this happen.
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The Youth Preparedness Council brings together youth leaders interested in supporting disaster preparedness and making a diff
When times are tough, you may feel pressure to make quick decisions. Scammers rely on this sense of urgency to trick people into giving them money and personal information.
Large sections of the United States are currently experiencing extreme cold, snow, ice and high winds. These winter storms can create a higher risk of car accidents, hypothermia, frostbite, carbon monoxide poisoning and heart attacks from overexertion.
This week FEMA increased support to states, tribes, territories and other partners in the effort to get more Americans vaccinated against COVID-19. We are determining where staff support, supplies and other resource gaps are — and then working to fill them.