As we know all too well, hurricane season begins on June 1. Any plans that we make for this year will have to incorporate additional considerations associated with the coronavirus pandemic. The Post & Courier ran an editorial on May 9, 2020, that describes ways that our traditional hurricane preparations might have to be adjusted to comply with mandated and desirable coronavirus precautions. As said in the editorial, we need to think through our plans and back-up plans now to make sure we can shelter somewhere safely if a major storm should hit us. It’s worth a read. Click here.
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