Hum, sounds bad, panicky, cry wolfish. Not so, the way this USA disaster system works is exactly like what Bev said, the sooner the better in the federal/state situation. A lot of ‘good things’ for residence happen once that ‘state of emergency’ declaration goes out. There is a long list of positives and not many negatives especially for the working class residents, so if you didn’t vote for your current governor this time around you may want to next time, because he must know the ropes. You may feel that it is alarmist, but in reality all kinds of safe guards and insurance benchmarks go into effect once a state of emergency is declared (and accepted). States cannot just declare without federal approval, so if a state of emergency has been declared and approved, you as a resident of the state can only benefit, as a business owner, you have to decide. But in most cases, if your county is declared a ‘state of emergency’, and things go wrong you will win the governmental struggle. If you have a bad situation, and your county is not in the ‘state of emergency’ envelope and something unexpected/bad happens : Re-elect, take an aspirin, change insurance companies, and bad mouth everyone else.
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