Breathing Well During Wildfires

In many parts of the country, wildfires present considerable dangers. The smoky and ashy conditions during wildfires, and the windy conditions after wildfires, pose health risks for everyone, especially for children, older adults, and people with heart or lung diseases. While you will not be able to control what is going on outside, if you live in an area where wildfires are occurring or where there is a high fire danger, there are things you can do to keep your indoor air as clean as possible.

We want to make sure you and your family stay healthy indoors and outdoors.

Before a wildfire, get prepared:

During a wildfire, if you are able to stay in your home, keep indoor air as clean as possible:

After a wildfire when you can safely return to your home or the air is good enough to begin outdoor work, clean up ash safely and maintain good indoor air quality:

For more information: http://www.ourair.org/sbc/about-smoke-and-health/ and https://www.cdc.gov/niosh/npptl/topics/respirators/factsheets/respfact.html

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