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I. Sheltering-in-Place (note if estimated) Enter the number of civilians who are sheltering in place due to the incident. Indicate if estimates are used. J. In Temporary Shelters (note if estimated) Enter the number of civilians who are in temporary shelters as a direct result of the incident, noting if the number is an estimate. K. Have Received Mass Immunizations Enter the number of civilians who have received mass immunizations due to the incident and/or as part of incident operations. Do not estimate. L. Require Mass Immunizations (note if estimated) Enter the number of civilians who require mass immunizations due to the incident and/or as part of incident operations. Indicate if it is an estimate. M. In Quarantine Enter the number of civilians who are in quarantine due to the incident and/or as part of incident operations. Do not estimate. N. Total # Civilians (Public) Affec ted Enter sum totals for Columns 31A and 31B for Rows 31D–M.
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Block Number Block Title Instructions *32 Responder Status Summary This section is for summary information regarding incident-related injuries, illness, and fatalities for responders; see 32C–N. Illnesses include those that may be related to a biological event such as an epidemic or an exposure to toxic or radiological substances directly in relation to the incident. Explain or describe the nature of any reported injuries, illness, or other activities in Block 33. NOTE : Do not estimate any fatality information or responder status information. NOTE : Please use caution when reporting information in this section that may be on the periphery of the incident or change frequently. This information should be reported as accurately as possible as a snapshot in time, as much of the information is subject to frequent change. NOTE: Do not complete this block if the incident covered by the ICS 209 is not directly responsible for these actions (such as evacuations, sheltering, immunizations, etc.) even if they are related to the incident. Only the authority having jurisdiction should submit reports for these actions, to mitigate multiple/conflicting reports. Handling Sensitive Information Release of information in this section should be carefully coordinated within the incident management organization to ensure synchronization with public information and investigative/intelligence actions. Thoroughly review the “Distribution” section in the introductory ICS 209 instructions for details on handling sensitive information. Use caution when providing information in any situation involving fatalities, and verify that appropriate notifications have been made prior to release of this information. Electronic transmission of any ICS 209 may make information available to many people and networks at once.
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