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Prepare for the worst

The El Dorado County Health Services Department is encouraging all residents to make sure they have updated preparedness plans and supplies readily available in the event of a local disaster.

September is National Preparedness Month and Sept. 20 was Get Ready Day.

The Health Services Department’s Public Health Preparedness staff will be visiting with seniors to provide information on how they can be better prepared at the following Senior Nutrition site during lunchtime:

Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Lions Hall in Diamond Springs at Missouri Flat and Pleasant Valley roads.

Friday, Sept. 23, at the Senior Center in Placerville, 937 Spring St.

For additional information visit edcgov.us/publichealthpreparedness or ready.gov.

 

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