Coronavirus: support rent moratorium

What to Buy (and What to Skip) to Prepare for Coronavirus

The World Health Organization has officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic, and if you’ve been hoping you can ignore coronavirus and it’ll just go away without affecting you or your family in some way, that’s looking less and less likely. But that isn’t to say you need to buy a deep freezer and build a storehouse in your backyard. So where should you begin, and how can you approach preparation without driving yourself up the wall?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered up guidance on how to prepare for an outbreak near you, including making a plan with your family, practicing good health and hygiene habits, and checking in with vulnerable people in your community. They also have instructed people in at-risk groups (like the immunocompromised, the elderly, and those with chronic health conditions) to stock up on supplies like nonperishable foods.

Since things are moving quickly, it’s not a bad idea to stock up a bit before the virus hits your area, since social distancing (which can include limiting your visits to, say, crowded supermarkets and pharmacies) is such a helpful preventive measure, and you may need to self-quarantine with limited notice. In case you do have to hole up for a while, here’s what you may need to make it, well, suck less — based on advice from experts and folks who’ve actually been in quarantine.

There’s already been a run on toilet paper and paper towels — for good reason.

A sensible grocery list

“It’s about stocking your pantry in a smart way, but also cooking with the stuff you already have in the house,” says Dawn Perry, a food writer who’s currently working on a pantry cookbook. Here’s her quick-and-dirty rundown of what you may need, including staples and flavor boosters so you’re not just stuck eating black beans out of a can:

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April 8, 2020

FACE MASKS SHOULD BE FREE TODAY

From: GJohnson

To: mayor.garcetti@lacity.org; councilmember.wesson@lacity.org; councilmember.ofarrell@lacity.org; councilmember.bonin@lacity.org; councilmember.blumenfield@lacity.org; councilmember.harris-dawson@lacity.org; councilmember.krekorian@lacity.org; paul.koretz@lacity.org; councilmember.martinez@lacity.org; councilmember.cedillo@lacity.org; councilmember.rodriguez@lacity.org; councilmember.buscaino@lacity.org; councilmember.huizar@lacity.org; councilmember.smith@lacity.org; councilmember.lee@lacity.org; hcidla.contact@lacity.org


Date: Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 02:45 PM PDT

Dear Mayor and Council:

“If you are healthy, you only need to wear a mask if you are taking care of a person with suspected 2019-nCoV infection.” World Health Organization

“In light of this new evidence, CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies) especially in areas of significant community-based transmission.” CDC

There is so many people here not on the same page, it is hard to know at what stage who to believe.I make reference to your city website page: “Making Protective Gear for Angelenos to address the COVID-19 crisis”.

They say 3.3 million people have applied for unemployment benefits. In Los Angeles, there are 600,000 students who are not able to go to school, 36, 000 or more homeless people; 80% of school students are at the poverty level.

The first word I should have seen on your website page is the word “FREE”. I do not see the word FREE.

Your website link titles are “garment manufacturer ready to produce”, “essential business needing gear”, “individual needing to purchase masks”. There is a section for organizations needing masks, and a section for individuals needing to purchase masks.

The city website is promoting seven companies that have masks for sale, and will presumably make a profit from the sale of masks.

In the meantime, “3.3 million people have applied for unemployment benefits. In Los Angeles, there are 600,000 students who are not able to go to school, 36, 000 or more homeless people; 80% of school students are at the poverty level.”

Being that there are numerous people across the world wearing hazmat suits, I really wonder the effectiveness of varying degrees of face masks; some say they can just be a wash and wear piece of cloth. Really? Compared to a hazmat suit?

Please declare that all face masks will be free and provided to those working with the public, seniors, those with pre-existing illnesses if needed, and to those who live in apartment buildings and where there is congestion and overcrowding, and to African Americans since they have been identified as a high risk group. You can give them out at gas stations, post offices, fire stations, and door to door. It is just that simple. I remind you that the city government gave $11 million in loans to small businesses; face masks should have attached the same sense of priority.

FREE.

G. Juan Johnson; 1522 Hi Point St 9, 90035. Los Angeles CA 90035

(Editor: this email above has been redacted)

March 26, 2020

“…The city has provided $11 million to small businesses affected by this crises; let the city provide $11 million in loans to residential tenants in the form of the $1500 per household…”

RE: LOS ANGELES CITY COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR MARCH 27

“SUBJECT: COMMUNICATION FROM THE CITY ATTORNEY and ORDINANCE FIRST CONSIDERATION relative to adding Article 14.6 to the Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) affording tenant protections during Coronavirus COVID-19 Emergency Declaration.”

AGENDA ITEM NO. 20-0147-S19

I support the passage of the ordinance with the following reservations:

1. Prohibition on residential eviction. This passage needs to be stronger. Rather than a bottom up approach, the council needs to take a top down approach; landlords of residential apartment properties must be prohibited from serving 3-day notices during the length of the local covid-19 emergency. In order to serve a three day notice during the emergency, further, it has to be served by the HCID after they have determined the notice to be not in violation of the local emergency period; the owner must request the HCID to serve the notice.

2. Code enforcement inspectors some making over $200,000 per year, must to every extent possible during the crises, assure the diligent enforcement of HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE – HSC 17920.3. “Any building or portion thereof including any dwelling unit, guestroom or suite of rooms, or the premises on which the same is located, in which there exists any of the following listed conditions to an extent that endangers the life, limb, health, property, safety, or welfare of the public or the occupants thereof shall be deemed and hereby is declared to be a substandard building: (a) Inadequate sanitation shall include, but not be limited to, the following: (14) General dilapidation or improper maintenance. (c) Any nuisance. (d) All wiring, except that which conformed with all applicable laws in effect at the time of installation if it is currently in good and safe condition and working properly”, will be enforced in that such enforcement is for the Public Welfare and in the interest of Public Safety. If construction is an exception from the stay at home order, or as long as construction continues, the Public’s health and safety as regards health and safety regulations must be adhered to including the provisions of all housing services as the state, county, and city has determined those housing services and benefits to be, including rent reimbursements, intercom maintenance, and parking services.

3. That “circumstances” of “loss of income due to the COVID-19 epidemic” and “expenditures that stem from government-ordered emergency measures” shall be interpreted to apply to those persons, including those over the age of 65, who have not been able to find gainful employment because they were by the government ordered or advised to stay at home or because places of employment due to the pandemic, are closed and not hiring workers.

4. The California legislature declares: “It is recognized that the practice of denying employment opportunity and discriminating in the terms of employment for these reasons foments domestic strife and unrest, deprives the state of the fullest utilization of its capacities for development and advancement, and substantially and adversely affects the interests of employees, employers, and the public in general.”

5. Renter/tenant household necessities may include rent, food, utilities, parking, auto expense, phone and internet, medical, insurance, plus other bills like credit cards. The city must provide cash to each residential tenant (household) in the amount of $1500. The city can afford it and that the money can be paid back thru the increase of city taxes, or other taxpayer supplied revenue sources. The city has provided $11 million to small businesses affected by this crises; let the city provide $11 million in loans to residential tenants in the form of the $1500 per household.

G. Juan Johnson 1522 Hi Point St 9 Los Angeles CA 90035 Phone (redacted) ref.county board of supervisors damage claim file number 20- 1158110*001 ref. city damage claim dated Jan 22, 2020 from GJ Johnson at 2:32 p.m. ref. that denial of equal opportunity by city funded neighborhood councils (city department of neighborhood empowerment) to ballot qualified write-in candidates violates the city code of ethics and is against Public Welfare and does discriminate i.e. foments domestic strife and unrest.

 (Via Los Angeles City Portal for communications from the Public. Also received by the City Clerk office under agenda council file numbers 20-0147-S15, 20-0147-S44, 20-0147-S51, 20-0147-S5. Also emailed to each individual council member Thursday, March 26, 2020, 11:35 PM PDT.)

March 23, 2020

SUBJECT: GENERAL COMMENTS FOR CITY COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY MARCH 24, 2020, OR AS SOON THEREAFTER

From: G Juan Johnson

To: clerk.cps@lacity.org; mayor.garcetti@lacity.org; councilmember.wesson@lacity.org; councilmember.ofarrell@lacity.org; councilmember.bonin@lacity.org; councilmember.blumenfield@lacity.org; councilmember.harris-dawson@lacity.org; councilmember.krekorian@lacity.org; paul.koretz@lacity.org; councilmember.martinez@lacity.org; councilmember.cedillo@lacity.org; councilmember.rodriguez@lacity.org; councilmember.buscaino@lacity.org; councilmember.huizar@lacity.org; councilmember.lee@lacity.org; councilmember.smith@lacity.org

Cc: hcidla.rso.central@lacity.org

 

Herb Wesson Staff Pic

This is picture of some of the 37 people on the staff of Council Person Herb Wesson. In over five years, none of them have been able to help me get rent control unit maintenance to my intercom system, tandem parking, and rent reimbursements. The picture represents the class gap between the elite and the poor.

Date: Monday, March 23, 2020, 02:32 PM PDT

TO whom it may concern for city council agenda meeting March 24, 2020, or as soon thereafter

GENERAL COMMENTS

LOS ANGELES RENTERS AND HOMEOWNERS NEED IMMEDIATE CASH RELIEF.

PLEASE VOTE FOR IMMEDIATE CASH RELIEF TODAY.

Where is the immediate financial relief for renters and homeowners paying a mortgage? There is a good but sad possibility that some politicians who have financial interest in rent controlled properties will use this crises to deny aid to rent controlled tenants in order to evict tenants and convert units to market rate/luxury units. The city Los Angeles found $11 million for small business but not one penny for residential tenants. SHAME ON GARCETTI!

I guess we have seen all the horror movies like Outbreak and Andromeda Strain. Our government is not engaged in true isolation to stop the death toll, they are only doing a limited lockdown to affect the curve; that is a big difference and I wish the media and the politicians would be honest with people.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/hell-coming-mathematical-proof-185019616.html

“Except a few educated people, no one has any idea that there are already around 2 million infected people in America today and the American death toll will exceed 15,000 in just 24 days. If we don’t take strict measures, we will be reporting 1000 deaths per day in just 3 weeks.”

DAVID ICKE – THE TRUTH BEHIND THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC: COVID-19 LOCKDOWN & THE ECONOMIC CRASH
You gotta hear this guy. He says the elite power system is using the COVID-19 as an excuse to dismantle the economic system, the poor and low income and moderate income; and destroy the mom and pop, small and moderate income business in favor of corporate giants like Amazon. (Did you miss Trump saying that government could take over an equity interest in small businesses to guarantee their survival?) “They don’t give a shit about the people.We are being asked to believe now that this system cares about old people. We must destroy the economic system to protect the old people. The system does not give a shit about the elderly.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gMTZu6_TjU8

There is a good but sad possibility that some politicians who have financial interest in rent controlled properties will use this crises to deny aid to rent controlled tenants in order to evict tenants and convert units to market rate/luxury units.

WHAT WE ARE NOT HEARING. How about the experts say, “We are going to test everyone.” I haven’t heard that from anyone.

 

Where is the immediate financial relief for renters and homeowners paying a mortgage? There is a good but sad possibility that some politicians who have financial interest in rent controlled properties will use this crises to deny aid to rent controlled tenants in order to evict tenants and convert units to market rate/luxury units. The city Los Angeles found $11 million for small business but not one penny for residential tenants. SHAME ON GARCETTI!

MIXED MESSAGES. We tell the public things are so bad that they should stay home. But we tell grocery workers that we need them to go to work where they will possibly be exposed to the virus and take it home to their families, because grocery stores it is challenging to keep six feet distance. So of course they will stay home and food shelves will not get restocked. People as I always say will and must act in their own best interest to survive. I think even three police personnel have the virus.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
HOUSING SERVICES FOR EVERYONE.

G Juan Johnson

1522 Hi Point St 9

Los Angeles CA 90035

Phone

Subject: THE SAFER AT HOME: Renters and Homeowners Need Financial Relief Today. Those Exempt from the Order

From: GJohnson

To: councilmember.wesson@lacity.org; councilmember.ofarrell@lacity.org; councilmember.bonin@lacity.org; councilmember.blumenfield@lacity.org; councilmember.krekorian@lacity.org; paul.koretz@lacity.org; empowerla@lacity.org; hcidla.contact@lacity.org; jan.perry@lacity.org; councilmember.harris-dawson@lacity.org; councilmember.rodriguez@lacity.org; councilmember.martinez@lacity.org; councilmember.buscaino@lacity.org; councilmember.huizar@lacity.org; councilmember.cedillo@lacity.org; councilmember.smith@lacity.org; councilmember.lee@lacity.org; councilmember.price@lacity.org

Cc: mayor.garcetti@lacity.org

Date: Friday, March 20, 2020, 08:55 AM PDT

To whom it may concern:

Safer at Home Starts LA County and Beyond. California and local cities have issued a “safer at home” order which in effect will close down many businesses for a copy of weeks. https://lacounty.gov/covid19-news/public-health-issues- order-to- prohibit-group-events/ . Interestingly, I think yesterday Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that we should not be telling people to shelter in place and not tell people to lockdown. Garcetti was also telling people not to hoard supplies, then he says people should not stockpile supplies; however the CDC has specifically said that seniors and other persons at risk should stockpile supplies. Over 80,000 people have applied for unemployed in Los Angeles county; Mayor Garcetti said almost nothing about offering financial relief to those not able to pay their bills or those who cannot find a job. Grocery shopping today, I found many shelves half or more than half empty. If you look at the list of what government services and businesses will remain open, there will still be a good number of people still on the streets. Time will tell if the State of California has moved too little, too late.

“Garcetti stressed that the order is not a “shelter-in-place” directive and is not a lockdown, those are terms, he said, that should be reserved for incidents like school shootings.” That’s funny because shelter in place and lockdown is exactly what other countries have been doing, unless Garcetti does not comprehend this?

It is interesting reading to see who the “Safer at Home” applies to and who it does not. The population of LA County is over 10 million. The population of City of Los Angeles is about 5 million. I will just pick a few jobs because the list of workers the order does NOT apply to (“exempt”) is humongous. The Order does not apply to the over 36,000 homeless people; the order does not apply to the city of Los Angeles 50,000 government workers; it does not apply to 22,000 county health department workers; it does not apply to city 5,000 primary care physicians and 11,000 medical specialists; it does not apply to 28,000 state wide dentists. So the order, for starters, does not apply to 152,000 people. I wonder if any of those people could carry the virus to their loved ones? (That is not the total figure, just a small slice). Will this affect the middle and lower wage earners more? Stop trying to pull the wool over my eyes!

 

All rights reserved.

G. Juan Johnson

1522 Hi Point St 9

Los Angeles CA 90035

To Council and Clerk and Mayor RE EVICTION MORATORIUM and city agenda number 19-1324 CD 10

From: GJohnson(tainmount@sbcglobal.net)
To: clerk.cps@lacity.org

Cc: mayor.garcetti@lacity.org; councilmember.wesson@lacity.org; councilmember.ofarrell@lacity.org; councilmember.bonin@lacity.org; councilmember.blumenfield@lacity.org; councilmember.harris-dawson@lacity.org; councilmember.krekorian@lacity.org; paul.koretz@lacity.org; councilmember.martinez@lacity.org; councilmember.cedillo@lacity.org; councilmember.rodriguez@lacity.org; councilmember.buscaino@lacity.org; councilmember.huizar@lacity.org; councilmember.smith@lacity.org; councilmember.lee@lacity.org; clerk.election@lacity.org

Date: Sunday, March 15, 2020, 11:29 PM PDT

1. In this COVID-19 present crises, I support a two month moratorium on rent payments across the board to apply to all tenants and all homeowners in the City of Los Angeles. The two months would be April and May 2020 and no rent payments or mortgage payments would be due during those time periods. This would apply to all rents and homeowners; no proof would be needed to show whether a tenant/homeowner is adversely affected by the virus, as all segments of the society and quality of life of every resident are affected.

2. When the current health crises is abated, the City Council will have to address the fraud in the 2020 election process. The city election division participated in the fact over 3.5 million voters were mislead that there was no list of write-in candidates available until 11 days before the election. Eleven days would have been February 22, 2020. That statement that appeared in the sample ballots as well as vote by mail/drop box packets, did not inform voters that a list of write-in candidates was available around January 6, 2020. The city clerk’s office committed ethical misconduct by holding the video statements of write-in candidates until after February 22, 2020, when the clerk knew the video statements were available before February 22. The LA County Registrar Dean Logan and the city clerk election division need to be held accountable. Due to the unethical actions of regular candidates, the LA County Registrar, and the City Election Division, the election was not transparent nor was it impartial. The city neighborhood councils who participated in the denial of equal opportunity to certain write-in candidates also need to be held financially accountable.The city clerk election division gave unfair and unethical advantage to regular non-write-in candidates.

3. In my opinion, the news look bad across the world, but I suspect the general public is only getting a small amount of what is really happening, so I err on the side that things may be worse than we know. I would like to ask that senior citizens, and those at risk, get tested first as a priority along with health care workers. The testing should be prioritized for those at risk and those showing symptoms first.

4. I understand that many places are shut down, like gyms, restaurants, movie theatres. What plans are there in place to assist those facing job displacement with paying their bills? A lot of places are not open and thus not hiring because of the COVID-19; these job applicants also need assistance. Unemployment insurance paying 70% of a person’s salary will not in many cases be enough to cover a family’s living expenses.

5. I am one of a number of tenants across the city in a rent controlled building who is denied maintenance to the intercom and denied available tandem parking; I cannot even get the city government to ascertain what are the qualifications for a senior citizen like myself to get a working intercom or tandem parking. With the current crises, it is all the more important that I as a senior citizen am not denied such basic but vital housing services. In amongst this crises and war, as they say, can the city say what are the qualifications for the housing services I am demanding?

 

6. Screening of visitors (“safe distance”) and parking is very important now that more and more people and cars will be on the streets because they will not be at work or school.

7. Government accountability, transparency, and efficiency is now being put to the test.

8. Hoarding is occurring all across the city but I suspect it is not the poor and low income who are doing the hoarding of supplies.

I support : Housing Is A Human Right is working with partners statewide and in Los Angeles to ensure that elected officials speedily approve legislation that protects residents. That policy effort includes these eight general principles:

An emergency moratorium on rent increases and evictions;
An emergency moratorium on mortgage foreclosures;
Suspension of unlawful detainer proceedings through March 2020;
Suspension of homeless encampment sweeps statewide;
Emergency rental or mortgage assistance — or rent and mortgage forgiveness covering the period of a declared coronavirus emergency;

Prevent utility shut-offs for the duration of the crisis;
Ensure the unhoused can self-quarantine on the streets with adequate access to sanitation and medical support; Ensure shelters are adequately prepared to enact proper social distancing procedures and maintain sanitary conditions for the sake of their residents.

All rights reserved.

G Juan Johnson

1522 Hi Point St 9

Los Angeles CA 90035

 

 

March 19, 2020

Safer at Home?

California state and local cities have issued a “Safer at Home” order which in effect will close down many businesses for a copy of weeks. https://lacounty.gov/covid19-news/public-health-issues-order-to-prohibit-group-events/ . Interestingly, I think yesterday Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that we should not be telling people to shelter in place and not tell people to lockdown. Garcetti was also telling people not to hoard supplies, then today he says people should not stockpile supplies; however the CDC has specifically said that seniors and other persons at risk should stockpile supplies. Over 80,000 people have applied for unemployed in Los Angeles county; Mayor Garcetti said almost nothing about offering financial relief to those not able to pay their bills or those who cannot find a job. Grocery shopping today,I found many shelves half or more than half empty. If you look at the list of what government services and businesses will remain open, there will still be a good number of people still on the streets. Time will tell if the State of California has moved too little, too late.

March 15, 2020

Los angeles mayor and council asked to delay all rent payments for two months

 

Subject: To Council and Clerk and Mayor RE EVICTION MORATORIUM and city agenda number 19-1324 CD 10

From: G Juan Johnson

To: clerk.cps@lacity.org

Cc: mayor.garcetti@lacity.org; councilmember.wesson@lacity.org; councilmember.ofarrell@lacity.org; councilmember.bonin@lacity.org; councilmember.blumenfield@lacity.org; councilmember.harris-dawson@lacity.org; councilmember.krekorian@lacity.org; paul.koretz@lacity.org; councilmember.martinez@lacity.org; councilmember.cedillo@lacity.org; councilmember.rodriguez@lacity.org; councilmember.buscaino@lacity.org; councilmember.huizar@lacity.org; councilmember.smith@lacity.org; councilmember.lee@lacity.org; clerk.election@lacity.org

Date: Sunday, March 15, 2020, 11:29 PM PDT

“Unemployment insurance paying 70% of a person’s salary will not in many cases be enough to cover a family’s living expenses”

1. In this COVID-19 present crises, I support a two month moratorium on rent payments across the board to apply to all tenants and all homeowners in the City of Los Angeles. The two months would be April and May 2020 and no rent payments or mortgage payments would be due during those time periods. This would apply to all rents and homeowners; no proof would be needed to show whether a tenant/homeowner is adversely affected by the virus, as all segments of the society and quality of life of every resident are affected.

2. When the current health crises is abated, the City Council will have to address the fraud in the 2020 election process. The city election division participated in the fact over 3.5 million voters were mislead that there was no list of write-in candidates available until 11 days before the election. Eleven days would have been February 22, 2020. That statement that appeared in the sample ballots as well as vote by mail/drop box packets, did not inform voters that a list of write-in candidates was available around January 6, 2020. The city clerk’s office committed ethical misconduct by holding the video statements of write-in candidates until after February 22, 2020, when the clerk knew the video statements were available before February 22. The LA County Registrar Dean Logan and the city clerk election division need to be held accountable. Due to the unethical actions of regular candidates, the LA County Registrar, and the City Election Division, the election was not transparent nor was it impartial. The city neighborhood councils who participated in the denial of equal opportunity to certain write-in candidates also need to be held financially accountable.The city clerk election division gave unfair and unethical advantage to regular non-write-in candidates.

3. In my opinion, the news looks bad across the world, but I suspect the general public is only getting a small amount of what is really happening, so I err on the side that things may be worse than we know. I would like to ask that senior citizens, and those at risk, get tested first as a priority along with health care workers. The testing should be prioritized for those at risk and those showing symptoms first.

4. I understand that many places are shut down, like gyms, restaurants, movie theatres. What plans are there in place to assist those facing job displacement with paying their bills? A lot of places are not open and thus not hiring because of the COVID-19; these job applicants also need assistance. Unemployment insurance paying 70% of a person’s salary will not in many cases be enough to cover a family’s living expenses.

5. I am one of a number of tenants across the city in a rent controlled building who is denied maintenance to the intercom and denied available tandem parking; I cannot even get the city government to ascertain what are the qualifications for a senior citizen like myself to get a working intercom or tandem parking. With the current crises, it is all the more important that I as a senior citizen am not denied such basic but vital housing services. In amongst this crises and war, as they say, can the city say what are the qualifications for the housing services I am demanding?

 

6. Screening of visitors (“safe distance”) and parking is very important now that more and more people and cars will be on the streets because they will not be at work or school.

7. Government accountability, transparency, and efficiency is now being put to the test.

8. Hoarding is occurring all across the city but I suspect it is not the poor and low income who are doing the hoarding of supplies.

I support : Housing Is A Human Right is working with partners statewide and in Los Angeles to ensure that elected officials speedily approve legislation that protects residents. That policy effort includes these eight general principles:

An emergency moratorium on rent increases and evictions;
An emergency moratorium on mortgage foreclosures;
Suspension of unlawful detainer proceedings through March 2020;
Suspension of homeless encampment sweeps statewide;
Emergency rental or mortgage assistance — or rent and mortgage forgiveness covering the period of a declared coronavirus emergency;

Prevent utility shut-offs for the duration of the crisis;
Ensure the unhoused can self-quarantine on the streets with adequate access to sanitation and medical support;
Ensure shelters are adequately prepared to enact proper social distancing procedures and maintain sanitary conditions for the sake of their residents.

All rights reserved.

G. Juan Johnson

1522 Hi Point St 9

Los Angeles CA 90035

 (This email has been redacted)

 

 https://elemental.medium.com/what-to-buy-and-what-to-skip-to-prepare-for-coronavirus-3b721d60eb82

 “The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has offered up guidance on how to prepare for an outbreak near you, including making a plan with your family, practicing good health and hygiene habits, and checking in with vulnerable people in your community. They also have instructed people in at-risk groups (like the immunocompromised, the elderly, and those with chronic health conditions) to stock up on supplies like nonperishable foods.”

 

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