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Pandemic Influenza Preparedness

General Information about Pandemic Influenza

Planning Resources

  • Pandemic Flu Planning Checklist for Individuals and Families
    You can prepare for the unexpected. Use this checklist to help gather the information and resources you may need in case of an influenza pandemic.
  • Be Ready for Pandemic Flu
    It’s not the flu you’re used to. A practical fact sheet from the American Public Health Association about how to prepare now for pandemic influenza.
  • Pandemic Influenza Planning: A Guide for Individuals and Families
    A guide to help you understand the threat of a pandemic influenza outbreak in our country and your community. Describes actions you can take in preparing for a pandemic.
  • Stockpiling Fact Sheet
    Experts recommend you have at least a one-week stockpile of food, water, and goods purchased over time to limit the financial impact and prevent store shortages.
  • Talking to Kids
    Recommendations about how to talk to your children about bird flu and pandemic influenza.
  • Information for Kids
    Information from Kids Health about avian influenza, specifically designed for kids.
  • Information for Teens
    Information from Kids Health about avian influenza, specifically designed for teens.
  • What You Can Do Now
    Tips about how you can prepare yourself and your family for pandemic influenza and other emergencies.
  • A-Z Guide for Families
    An A-Z guide to help you prepare your family now for a future influenza pandemic.

 

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