‘More Ready Than Ever Before’: FEMA Says COVID-19 Prepared It For Hurricane Season
After months of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic across the nation, the Federal Emergency Management Agency says it has never been more ready for hurricane season.
“Ninety days of COVID-19 response makes us more ready than ever before,” FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor said Monday at a press conference at the Miami-Dade County Emergency Operations Center in Doral.
Weather experts are predicting another above-average Atlantic hurricane season in 2020, which started June 1 and ends Nov. 30.
To read more, visit our news partner at the Miami Herald.