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  Madison County, Iowa - Public Health - Emergency Preparedness

Madison County Public Health works alongside regional and local partners to plan, prepare and prevent public health threats. Medical countermeasures include life-saving medicines and medical supplies provided by the Federal government during public health threats. Madison County is part of a 5 county Cities Readiness Initiative - Metropolitan Statistical Area (CRI-MSA), a federally funded program to enhance preparedness to areas where 60% of the state's population resides. To learn more about the Emergency Preparedness program, or to sign up for classes, call 515-462-9051.

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