How to Respond and Cope in an Emergency
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Government officials have repeatedly asked Americans to develop a personal
emergency plan and to report suspicious packages and activities.
Planning where your family would meet or communicate could also help in the
event of natural disasters, says Isakov.
He encourages people to take fire and disaster drills seriously at work.
"We have to put disaster-planning apathy behind us and take [it]
seriously as a health community," he says.
"I think we have to expect that we're going to see more events like
we've seen in London and Madrid in our future in the U.S. and be prepared to
deal with that," says Isakov.