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Author: G. Keith Bryant, U.S. Fire Administrator
We are all adjusting to new schedules and routines due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. One thing many of us have in common is we are spending more time at home which makes it especially important to prepare and protect our homes. As hotter, drier weather of summer approaches, the risk of wildfire increases.  While practicing social distancing, FEMA encourages you to make sure your home and your family are prepared for wildfires.The United States Fire Administration promotes simple ways to prevent a fire from affecting your home and community, including:Reduce amount of flammable...
Posted On: May 13, 2020