Greater prevention to reduce disaster risks during the Cyclonic Season

Mayor prevención para reducir riesgos de desastres durante la Temporada Ciclónica

Florida, June 2.- The chances of a hurricane forming and affecting those of us who inhabit the Atlantic Ocean region are higher from the first day of June and until November 30, the period of the hurricane season in which it should be greater meteorological surveillance and preventive action to reduce disaster risks.

According to meteorologists’ forecasts, this new season will be normal to not very active, but the danger lies not only in the number of tropical cyclones, but also in the degree of intensity that this type of natural phenomenon can reach, with temperatures as high in the sea and the atmosphere, as a consequence of global warming.

At this stage, the possibility of occurrence of severe local storms also increases, and given this the need to guarantee the cleaning of ditches, canals and sewers in the territory to avoid accumulations of water in rainy weather, and thus reduce the risks of floods that put endanger human life and affect assets of the economy of the family and the country.

In this period, in addition to being very attentive to weather information, it is necessary to act at home, the neighborhood and workplaces based on the preventive measures of the Cuban Civil Defense, aimed at protecting people, structures construction and the resources of the people and the state, before the threat of strong winds and heavy rains.

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Licenciado en Estudios Socioculturales en la Universidad de Camagüey. Diplomado en Periodismo. Trabaja como periodista en Radio Florida desde el año 2014 atendiendo sectores como el Poder Popular, Defensa Civil, el INDER, entre otros. Contactos; Twitter: @yuniersolerc Facebook: Yunier Soler Castellanos Blog personal:

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