Did your cell phone make a screeching noise today? Here’s why
Brook Joyner/CNN Essentially, what this means is that hundreds of millions of cell phones around the country made a screeching alert noise at approximately the same time today, beginning around.
Why Your Phone Got an Emergency Alert Text on Oct. 4
Turn off your cell phones on October 4th. The EBS is going to “test” the system using 5G. This will activate the Marburg virus in people who have been vaccinated. And sadly turn some of them into.
Nationwide Emergency Alert Test: US radios, TVs and
That message said: “This is a nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System, issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, covering the United States from 14:20 to 14:50 hours ET. This is.
Emergency alert test from FEMA, FCC blares from phones, other
Millions of cell phones, TVs and radios in the United States blared distinctive emergency alert tones for about a minute at 2:20 p.m. EDT Wednesday, followed by the message: “This is a nationwide.
Emergency alert test time: FEMA tests national system on
The blaring alarm you received on your cellphone around 2:20pm ET today was a test of the national wireless emergency alert system. Why it matters: It was conducted to make sure systems are effective in warning the public of emergencies, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and Federal Communications Commission said.
An emergency alert test will sound Oct. 4 on all U.S
FEMA and FCC plan nationwide emergency alert test Oct. 4 00:41. Your electronic devices may alarm you on Wednesday — but there’s a reason for that. A nationwide test of the federal emergency.
Emergency alert: Why you will get a “THIS IS A TEST” message
WASHINGTON (AP) — “THIS IS A TEST”: If you have a cellphone or are watching television Wednesday, that message will flash across your screen as the federal government tests its emergency alert system used to tell people about emergencies.
What to know about the national emergency test on Oct. 4 : NPR
The test is scheduled to begin at about 2:20 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Oct. 4. The testing window runs for 30 minutes, but you should only receive the message once. If an actual emergency happens that.
An emergency alert will hit your phone tomorrow. Here’s what
October 3, 2023 at 3:31 p.m. EDT (Illustration by The Washington Post; iStock) On Wednesday at 2:20 p.m. Eastern, most Americans will simultaneously feel their cellphones vibrate, hear them make a.
Here's why FEMA sent an emergency alert to your cellphone today
Today electronic devices nationwide, including cellphones, TVs and radios, blared out the jolting warning sounds of an emergency alert accompanied by a message. But don’t be alarmed, it was.