Carlos J. Castillo, CEM, was interviewed by Jacksonville’s [email protected] and FOX30 Action News’ Letisha Bereola discussing FEMA’s approach to preparing for hurricane season 2020 in the wake of a pandemic and what to do to be ready to handle the possible effects of the now downgraded but still strong Tropical Storm Isaias. Check back as we update this page with more news and interviews:
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