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12 hours: Risk for more patients becoming sick with SARS and/or possible deaths due to SARS. May require more personnel and supplies if more victims become sick 24 hours: Same as 12 hours 48 hours: Same as 12 hours 72 hours: Same as 12 hours Anticipated after 72 hours: Same as 12 hours 39. Critical Resource Needs in 12-, 24-, 48-, and 72-hour timeframes and beyond to meet critical incident objectives. List resource category, kind, and/or type, and amount needed, in priority order: 12 hours: Food and water, protective equipment for EMS, prophylaxtic medications 24 hours: Same as 12 hours 48 hours: Same as 12 hours, as well as need for portable facilitiess 72 hours: Same as 12 hours Anticipated after 72 hours: Same as 12 hours 40. Strategic Discussion: Explain the relation of overall strategy, constraints, and current available information to: 1) critical resource needs identified above, 2) the Incident Action Plan and management objectives and targets, 3) anticipated results. Explain major problems and concerns such as operational challenges, incident management problems, and social, political, economic, or environmental concerns or impacts. Given the island has little to no resources in terms of food and facilities and the contraints of transporation back and forth to the island it is critical to maintain these supplies throughout the incident. The objectives are well established and currently are showing no issues. Anticipated results will be to have this incident 100% contained within the next operational period. With the island being on quarantine economic concerns are high. 41. Planned Actions for Next Operational Period: Continue with IAP objectives as planned, updating as necessary and adding or subtracting objectives as incident revolves. 42. Projected Final Incident Size/Area (use unit label – e.g., “sq mi”) : 7 sq mi 43. Anticipated Incident Management Completion Date: 7/29/2019 44. Projected Significant Resource Demobilization Start Date: 7/29/2019 45. Estimated Incident Costs to Date: 75,275.00 46. Projected Final Incident Cost Estimate: 150,700.00 47. Remarks (or continuation of any blocks above – list block number in notation) : ICS 209, Page 3 of * Required when applicable.
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INCIDENT STATUS SUMMARY (ICS 209) 1. Incident Name: SARS 2. Incident Number: SARS-2019A Incident Resource Commitment Summary 48. Agency or Organization: 49. Resources (summarize resources by category, kind, and/or type; show # of resources on top ½ of box, show # of personnel associated with resource on bottom ½ of box) : 50. Additional Personnel not assigned to a resource : 51. Total Personnel (includes those associated with resources – e.g., aircraft or engines – and individual overhead) : Medication ID Equipment EMT-P EMT Boats Sea Plane Golf Carts Jeep Portable acilities Generator CDC 50 00 50 0 0 Columbia County EMS 2 1 20 14 4 5 Columbia County Sheriff 7 7 Mutal aide 6 1 2 0 0 Columbia County Public Works 10 0 0
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1. Incident Name: SARS 2. Incident Number: SARS-2019A 52. Total Resources 5 0 0 0 5 0 1 1 5 2 1 6 1 1 0 2 21 53. Additional Cooperating and Assisting Organizations Not Listed Above: N/A ICS 209, Page of * Required when applicable.
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ICS 209 Incident Status Summary Purpose. The ICS 209 is used for reporting information on significant incidents. It is not intended for every incident, as
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