Code Red

CMG Capital Management Group

Amira Balala

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Baltimore City health officials declare Code Red Extreme Heat Alert, the effects of which has caused major delays in school openings and other public amenities. People were advised to stay indoors and avoid strenuous outdoor activities.

According to the Baltimore Sun, the heatwave led to early dismissals of nearly 60 schools and the closure of 10 on Tuesday.

Dr. Leana Wen, the Baltimore health commissioner, urged residents to avoid strenuous outdoor activities, drink plenty of water, and watch for signs of heat stroke, dehydration, and hyperthermia.

Pools were open for longer periods. Senior centers, stores, and community action centers were dubbed “community cooling centers” and would generally be open from 8:30am and close after 4:30pm, some senior centers even staying open until 7:00 pm.     

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Navigate Right
Navigate Left
  • Code Red

    News and Features

    After 12 Years Of School, Seniors Prepare For The Rest Of Their Lives.

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Northwest High School Implements a New Parking Policy

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Growth Mindset Is More Than We Think It Is

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    The Final Year, Senior Year

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Every 15 Minutes

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Mudslide: Sierra Leone

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Hurrican Maria

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Parkland Florida School Shooting

  • Code Red

    Editorial

    Then and Now

  • Code Red

    News and Features

    Hawaiian False Missile Alert

Code Red