City of Mission faces challenges planning for hurricane season amid pandemic
Hurricane season is set to start on Monday – this year the city of Mission is facing different challenges due to the coronavirus outbreak
Mission Emergency Management Coordinator James Cardoza says planning for the sheltering process has been a challenge due to limited capacity rules.
Cardoza says current social distancing restrictions would only allow 125 people into a shelter that could normally hold 500.
He encourages the community to start planning for the hurricane season too by visiting the Department of Homeland Security’s Ready website.
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