DTAC Bulletin: Helping Communities Take Positive Action: Resources for Public Health Emergencies

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All types of disasters can create anxiety, fear, and panic. Public health emergencies may be especially frightening because many times the cause of symptoms or illness is not readily apparent until after effects begin. Those who survive hurricanes, tornadoes, or wildfires perceive and remember the disaster incident. On the other hand, survivors of an outbreak of disease or water contamination crisis may not be aware of the emergency until health problems or other issues arise. Read more.

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