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The CDC Says People Who Live Here Need to Take Extra COVID Precautions

Best Life Logo By Kali Coleman of Best Life | Slide 1 of 6: The coronavirus pandemic has raged on for the past six months and shown no signs of stopping anytime soon. Unfortunately, for many, a new disaster is on its way. Hurricane season typically hits its peak during the months of August to October, and it mainly affects those living in Southeastern states like Florida, Texas, North Carolina, and Louisiana. Though hurricane season comes every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that preparing for this natural disaster will be more complicated this year because of the coronavirus. These are some of the extra COVID precautions the agency recommends that people living in hurricane-heavy areas take. And for more coronavirus facts, You're Twice as Likely to Catch COVID If You're This Height, Research Says.

The CDC Says People Who Live Here Need to Take Extra COVID Precautions

The coronavirus pandemic has raged on for the past six months and shown no signs of stopping anytime soon. Unfortunately, for many, a new disaster is on its way. Hurricane season typically hits its peak during the months of August to October, and it mainly affects those living in Southeastern states like Florida, Texas, North Carolina, and Louisiana. Though hurricane season comes every year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says that preparing for this natural disaster will be more complicated this year because of the coronavirus. These are some of the extra COVID precautions the agency recommends that people living in hurricane-heavy areas take. And for more coronavirus facts, You're Twice as Likely to Catch COVID If You're This Height, Research Says.

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