The City Council of New York launched a very concise guide on the first measures to be taken by citizens in the event of a possible nuclear attackwhose probability the authorities consider “very low”.
Specifically, the city recommends three urgent steps to be taken immediately after the attack: go to a buildingstay indoors, away from doors and windows, and wait for information from authorities.
“While the probability of a nuclear weapons incident in or near New York City is very slim, it is important for New Yorkers to know steps to stay safeThe city’s Department of Emergency Management assured in a statement, which can be found on the official website.
Source: El heraldo
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