Does Scott County Public Health have a plan to respond to emergencies?
Yes, The Scott County Public Health Department has a public health emergency plan that enables communities to continue to operate; to carry out functions to protect the public’s health and the environment; and to prevent the occurrence and transmission of disease. This plan is reviewed and updated on a regular basis.

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1. Is the Medical Reserve Corps a state-wide organization?
2. Why is Scott County looking for volunteers?
3. Does Scott County Public Health have a plan to respond to emergencies?
4. How do I join the MRC?
5. Do I have to live in Scott County to join?
6. Do I have to provide my license or certificate information?
7. Can I still volunteer if I don’t have a license or if my license has lapsed?
8. What safety precautions are taken for MRC volunteers?
9. Should I be concerned about personal liability as a MRC volunteer?
10. When might the Scott County MRC call me to help ?
11. What are some things I may be asked to do?