Emergency and disaster management briefing for November 11, 2020: The west coast of Florida is being inundated with strong storms and heavy rainfall from Hurricane Eta
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Northern California's harvest season now overlaps with fire season as wildfires, too, have become a yearly reality in the region.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for November 9, 2020: Cybersecurity and infrastructure security have come to the forefront as we’ve had to transition quickly to adjust our daily lives – and other news.
As the most recent surge of the coronavirus intensifies, American colleges and universities are taking new measures to contain the spread ahead of what experts say could be a deadly winter.
Pfizer's surprising news that its COVID-19 vaccine might offer more protection than anticipated; an announcement right after a fraught U.S. presidential election campaign is raising questions about exactly how the different shots will make it to market.
A thick quilt of smog lingered over the Indian capital and its suburbs on Friday, fed by smoke from raging agricultural fires that health experts worry could worsen the city’s fight against the coronavirus.
Indonesian authorities began evacuating people living on the volatile Mount Merapi volcano’s fertile slopes on Friday following an increase in volcanic activity.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for November 6, 2020: Containment of the Cameron Peak Wildfire in Colorado exceeds 90 percent as crews mop up and begin repairs on suppression lines – and other news.
Earlier this week, Canadian officials reported that a variant of the influenza virus that normally infects pigs, a virus known as Influenza A (H1N2)v, was detected in a person in Alberta.
Emergency and disaster management briefing for November 4, 2020: Florida may be in the path of Eta according to the new NHC forecast – and other news.