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The following entities recommend that each household have at least three months of food, water (or purification capability), medications, and basic supplies on hand:
"We recommend each household have three months of food, water (or purification capability), medications, and basic supplies on hand."
-Board of County Commissioners Nez Perce County Idaho
"Clearwater County recommends all residents be prepared to take care of their family for three months in the event of a disaster. We acknowledge that pandemic flu can be such a disaster. We recommend the site
as a good resource to draw upon. It is a very well written site and easy to navigate. This information is not only good for preparing for pandemic flu but all disasters. It could be a job lost or personal injury that you may need these supplies for."
-Clearwater County Emergency Management
The Latah Board of County Commissioners adopted Resolution 2008-03 for local response to the threat of pandemic flu by recommending that each household in Latah County store at least three (3) months of food, water, medication and other basic supplies.
The Idaho County Commissioners recommends that each household maintain a three month supply of food, water and basic necessities to sustain themselves and their families in the event of any disaster or emergency.
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