Over the weekend the Hurricane Hanna made landfall over Texas and despite weakening to a Tropical storm soon after, flood warnings still remain in effect.
The Texas Governor issued a disaster declaration for 32 counties and stated that Coronavirus would complicate the work of emergency services.
Hanna hit Texas as the southern state struggled to contain the spread of coronavirus.
More than 380,000 cases have so far been confirmed, with nearly 5,000 deaths.
As Australia prepares for our storm season in a few months time and the threat of clusters still being highly relevant, what lessons can we take from the US about ensuring we can manage multiple threats to organisations.