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Do you know how to properly wash your hands?

Hand hygiene is an effective way to get rid of germs and also prevent yourself from getting sick. Keeping yourself and your family safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is important to wash your hands with warm water and soap. Follow the directions below for how to properly wash your... Read More
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Coronavirus- What you need to know to stay up to date!

Here are the facts: COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment. Older people and those with underlying medical problems like cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, and cancer are more... Read More
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Severe Weather Preparedness Week

What you should know about Severe Weather Know what to do before, during, and after severe weather. Create a communications plan with your family before severe weather hits. Have emergency supplies in place at home, at work, and in the car. Listen to local officials. Check your insurance policies to... Read More
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Month Seven- Event Management and Planning

This edition of Pack Ready is a look back at past emergency preparedness events impacting North Carolina that prompts our NC State community to learn from yesterday and prepare for tomorrow. 2014 Snowmageddon vs. 2020 Winter Wonderland Snowmageddon February 2014On February 12, 2014, the Triangle was advised of a winter storm with some potential to produce small... Read More
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Keep the Flu away!

Keep yourself and others from being sick by taking the proper precautions and keeping your space clean! Prevent the Flu by: Getting plenty of sleep, challenge yourself to stay physically active. Manage your stress in healthy ways, whether that is going for a run, meditating, watching your favorite show, or... Read More
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Small Steps to Be Pack Ready

Storing up to 72 hours worth of water. During an emergency, you should drink at least two quarts (one half gallon) of water a day. Drink 3-4 quarts a day if you are in a hot climate, pregnant, sick, or a child. Some of the water in your emergency water... Read More
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Tax Season To-Do List

Are you ready for Tax Season? Here are some things to think about before filing your taxes and how you can be prepared! Get Your Tax Records and Documents Together Have you received your W-2 or other documents? You won’t start getting tax information like a W-2 wage statement or... Read More
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Month Six- Do you know your resources?

Our Partnership Emergency Management and Mission Continuity (EMMC)  +  University Housing  (Housing)  + Inter-Residence Council (IRC) The Year of Partnerships is meant to bring together a campus unit, a student organization, and Emergency Management & Mission Continuity.  What exactly is the Year of Partnership? Emergency Management and Mission Continuity works with... Read More