Hurricane Season Gets A Little More Complicated With Coronavirus

FirstNet, an alternative wireless network with a unique spectrum for first responders. One key function of this network is a fleet of trucks with self-contained generators and antennae that act as mobile cell towers in the aftermath of disaster.

SOURCE: Bloomberg Government

DATE:May 25,2020

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts this year’s upcoming hurricane season could be one for the record books due to unusually warm water temperatures in the Atlantic and Caribbean oceans. Careful planning and execution is always key to an effective emergency response, but it will be particularly important this season when Covid-19 adds another degree of difficulty. READ MORE


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