A curfew has been extended in the province of Escambia due to Hurricane Sally until Sunday through Monday, according to the latest update.
The curfew will be in effect from 12:01 am until 6 am tonight, Saturday 19 September, and tomorrow night, Sunday 20 September, and the curfew is scheduled to end at 6 am on Monday 21 September, but it may be extended if it deems it necessary from Before law enforcement agencies. “
Law enforcement will have some barriers in some major ways.
Companies and their employees who sell any goods, services, materials, goods, supplies, equipment, resources, or other commercial materials including, but not limited to, food, water, ice, chemicals, petroleum products, and wood needed for consumption as part of or as a direct result of the emergency. .
Emergency responders including employees of federal, state, local, and municipal agencies and health care workers assigned to work as a direct result of the emergency.
Anyone who can prove that they are on their way to travel or business on a commercial flight departing from a local airport.
Staff or volunteer agency of NGOs formally participating in emergency response efforts assigned to work as a direct result of this emergency.