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Introducing Ready NYC
NYC Emergency Management's new Ready NYC mobile application — developed with NYC Department of Information Technology & Telecommunications (DoITT) — encourages users to make an emergency plan before disaster strikes.
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Ebola: Know the Facts
Ebola is a severe, often fatal disease that affects humans and some animals. Ebola is spread by directly touching an infected person's skin, blood or body fluids.

There are no confirmed cases in New York City or the surrounding area at this time. However, New York City regularly monitors and responds to disease outbreaks.

Learn more about Ebola from the resources below:

Don't Be a Nut, Be Prepared for Hurricanes
Wednesday may be National Nut Day, but it's not nutty to think a hurricane could strike at this time in the year. After all, Hurricane Sandy made landfall in late October. Learn about hurricane hazards, find your hurricane evacuation zone, make a plan, and stay informed. Visit NYC.gov/knowyourzone , a one-stop shop for hurricane preparedness.
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Urban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype
The nation's first Urban Post-Disaster Housing Prototype is now available for public viewing.
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