Published October 10 in Georgia Health News
Michael Poses Serious Danger, Sparking Mobilization in Georgia
For the second time in a month, Georgia health officials are preparing to assist people affected by a major hurricane.
But Hurricane Michael, which was pounding the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday, threatens to inflict broader damage in Georgia than did Hurricane Florence, which hit mainly the Carolinas a month ago.
Gov. Nathan Deal and other senior officials, including Dr. Patrick O’Neal, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Public Health, spoke at a news conference at noon Wednesday about preparations for Michael.
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Published October 10 in Albany Herald
State Delegation Asks President to Expedite Hurricane Michael Emergency Aid
U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., and David Perdue, R-Ga., along with the entire Georgia congressional delegation, wrote this week to President Donald Trump to request expedited emergency resources to aid counties in Georgia expected to be impacted by Hurricane Michael. Click here to read more.