Preparing yourself and your family for a possible pandemic takes time
Original post made by Peter Carpenter, Menlo Park: Park Forest, on Feb 24, 2020
An excellent guide for making such preparations was produced by Atherton/Menlo Park residents in response to the avian flu pandemic and was then revised for the swine flu pandemic. This document was circulated world wide and translated into a number of languages.
It remains a well tested and proven generic plan for any pandemic.
Director, Annual Reviews, former Director InSTEDD, Former Director Menlo Park Fire Protection District, Former Ex Dir Stanford Univ Medical Center, ARPA, OMB
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