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The Burlington County Health Department is hosting a Preparedness Month Photo Challenge! Each week, residents will be asked to submit a photo to our facebook page with the hashtag #BurlCoPrepares fitting that week’s theme. For information on how to become emergency prepared, visit Ready.gov. There you will find all the information you need to make a plan, gather emergency supplies, be pet ready, and tips for how to make sure your plan works. Disasters don't plan ahead; you can.
Each go bag includes a red backpack, hand-crank LED flashlight with AM radio and siren, poncho with hood, whistle with lanyard, personal hygiene kit, disposable thermometers, disposable white gown, bio-hazard bags, nitrile exam gloves, tweezers and EMT scissors, triangle bandage, tongue depressors, splints, ABD pads, 12" splint, 2" elastic bandage, 1" tape, emergency rescue blanket, Q-Tips, small and large band aids, 4x4 sterile gauze pads, sterile eye pads, butterfly closures, cold and warm packs, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment, saline solution, first aid guide, pulse oximeter.