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Celebrate Tsunami Preparedness Week

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Be tsunami ready! This past Friday afternoon kicked-off the start of Tsunami Preparedness Week with a signing of a proclamation by Governor Eddie Calvo, who also shared the latest on the All-Hazards Warning System.

"In regards to getting our alert system in place, those sirens that have in a carton or crate somewhere. The good news, I have heard - we are up to date testing of all sirens have been done they are in working order the first completion of some of those sirens will be set up by July," he explained. The island's chief executive added that by September 30, all 15 sirens will be in place around the island.

As for Tsunami Preparedness Week a finale is scheduled on March 28 at the Guam Premier Outlets from 10am-2pm and will feature emergency preparedness informational booths and the AmeriCorps Guam Homeland Security Earthquake and Tsunami Puppet Show.

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