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ShakeOut Considerations for COVID-19- where and when will your drill be held? Will you drill together online? If in person, follow health and safety guidelines.

Start here to be included in the
2020 Great Hawaii ShakeOut!

International ShakeOut Day is always the third Thursday of October (this year: October 15). While COVID-19 has brought many uncertainties and challenges, one thing's for sure: ShakeOut is still happening this year!

As always, you can hold your #ShakeOut drill when and where you want. You can choose another date or several dates, and include people in multiple locations (home, work, or school), perhaps through video conferencing.

It's actually a good idea to practice earthquake safety in different situations each year, and ShakeOut Organizers are here to support you.

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How to Participate
Information for individuals, schools and many types of organizations

ShakeOut Resources
Audio and video broadcasts, manuals, posters, & much more

NEW: Earthquakes in Hawaii - What you need to know (PDF)

Why Drop, Cover, and Hold On?

PLAN YOUR DRILL

Why Drop, Cover, and Hold On?

Drop, Cover, Hold On

How to plan your drill:
      ShakeOut Shop

Frequently Asked Questions

CHECK THE STATS





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2019 Participants: Over 42,000
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about each area


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