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Self-report storm damage through MEMA’s Crisis Tracker

Image courtesy of the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency

If you were a victim of the Easter Sunday tornado outbreak and storms, you can self-report damage to your home or property.

Through the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) Crisis Tracker, residents are encouraged to report damage and unmet needs to their local emergency management office.  You can even upload photos of the damage to the website.  Click here to find your county’s emergency management office.

Image courtesy of the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency

The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is continuing to work with local county EMA directors to assess the need for long-term sheltering.

Additionally, the statewide shelter-in-place remains in effect. Continue social distancing as much as possible, and if you’re in a public shelter, wear a mask to cover your mouth and nose to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

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