Posted: Wednesday, November 2, 2022. 9:10 am CST.
By Aaron Humes: All things considered, the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) would rather not be out this evening having to rescue people who waited too late to attend shelters.
Therefore, as Hurricane Lisa makes its steady way toward us, it advises moving now to the shelters, which are open in Belize City and the rural Belize District, Stann Creek, and Toledo Districts. Remember to bring basic supplies and secure your home before leaving. Most transport will cease by 10 a.m., just as the winds and rain pick up.
Ensure that where possible you can help neighbors as some did earlier today according to NEMO Coordinator Retired Colonel Shelton Defour.
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