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Posted on: September 13, 2018

Food and Water Safety After a Hurricane

CDC Hurricanes and Other Tropical Storms website has information to help the public protect themselves from threats before, during, and after the hurricane: Unsafe food and water, drowning and floodwater safety, carbon monoxide poisoning, downed power lines, mold, and other health risks. CDC has also developed a guide for preparedness and safety messaging for hurricanes and similar disasters.

 

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