Create an emergency communications plan for your family.
A few days ago, my wife and I were discussing disaster preparedness. The conversation arose when we heard that California Governor Newsom said California would fully reopen on June 15. Why could that be a disaster, you might be wondering? I remember when the COVID was becoming a national disaster, and the water, toilet paper, and disinfecting items became scarce. It sucked. My wife was nine-month pregnant when the mandatory quarantines started. I had to leave the house around 7 am to stand in line in the cold at Costco with hundreds of other people until they opened at 10 am. It doesn't take much for people to stop being civil when it comes to their toiletries. I also remember the fires. Oh, yes, the fires. People were rushing to Cosco and other stores and stocking up on supplies.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://nellyeggsy.com/are-you-ready-for-a-disaster/