Let's Talk Disaster Resilience
Article 5, June 2020
By: Marge Jozsa, Coordinator, STCEVC
I recently had the pleasure of hearing Jim Walker, our State Fire Marshall, speak. He shared excellent information about wildfires. Preparedness is not just for the 9.0, but for every potential disaster.
Now is the time to get prepared for wildfires.
ALERT! Effective July 1, 2020, all Oregonians must wear face coverings in indoor public spaces. Please see link for more information. (Oregon Newsroom Article)
See information below if you are concerned you have COVID-19.
Do you need help with Groceries or Medications? If yes, see the notice below?
See the latest COVID-19 updates from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA covid-19 Link)
See the article from the New Yorker called, ‘The Really Big One’, posted to our links page. (Important Links)
Tillamook Coast Visitors Association recently funded two emergency management signage projects in south Tillamook County. (Read the full news release)
Communications Classes are now forming. See (Training Details Page) for details.
See the CERT Page for the Free CERT Basic Training Class Information (CERT Page Link)
If you are concerned you may have COVID-19 symptoms
You can call the Tillamook County Nurse Hotline, 503-842-3940, Monday – Friday, 8:00am – 5:00pm. If needed, the nurse will give you the location of the Health Department’s mobile medical unit so you can be tested in the parking lot.
Outside of these times, call your nearest emergency room for guidance.
Remember the symptoms:
Although a fever technically is any body temperature above the normal of 98.6 F (37 C), in practice a person is usually not considered to have a significant fever until the temperature is above 100.4 F (38 C). Fever may occur with any type of infection or illness.
Do you need help?
DO YOU NEED HELP TO GET YOUR GROCERIES OR MEDICATIONS AND LIVE IN THE NESTUCCA FIRE DISTRICT?
PLEASE CONTACT US AND WE WILL DO OUR VERY BEST TO ASSIST YOU DURING THIS TIME OF CRISIS.