It’s your responsibility and yours alone to prepare yourself and your family for emergencies.
There’s no escaping the fact that everyone is at risk. Earthquakes and hurricanes do not discriminate. There are also the everyday disasters that you hear about on the news, such fires and floods that wipe out the home of an entire family and cause serious injuries or death to those who were not prepared.
And, now, we’re faced with a potential worldwide pandemic breaking out of China called the novel coronavirus.
Disasters can strike any region.
The Department of Homeland Security continues to issue alerts and warn citizens about emergency preparedness. You cannot rely on others to bail you out of an emergency, and you’ve been warned by the very agencies that might come to your aid that they may not be able to help you.
You are responsible for purchasing preparedness kits and supplies for your family to overcome and survive disasters.