Here’s a handy reminder: You should keep some sort of a hot spot list for your state.
There are lots of reasons for it.
You might be the one that gets the most attention when you have an epidemic outbreak, or your favorite tourist destination is in lockdown, or there are a bunch of other reasons you might need to keep a few hot spots around.
You may even be in a situation where you need to evacuate.
The list below is a collection of hot spot lists that you can use to get your emergency preparedness in place.
This is a useful tool for those of you who are traveling to states that are experiencing a crisis.
For those of us who have been to a hotspot before, it’s also an excellent way to get some perspective on what’s going on in the area.
There is no substitute for having some idea what’s happening in the state.
It’s a good way to know how you’re going to be affected by the situation.
Hot spots are not always visible to the naked eye, and some states are pretty difficult to get to.
But if you want to stay safe, you should know where you are in the country, and how to access it.
Here are some hot spots for you to check out: Florida State Fairgrounds, Orlando, Florida (1,100) State Fair of Florida, Orlando (9,000) Florida Fairgrounds (1) Florida Zoo, Orlando Zoo (5,000,000+)