Learn how to act in a case of crisis!

In times of crisis, everyday life is changing, as critical services – electricity, gas, heating, utilities, the Internet and mobile communications – may not be available. Shops and petrol stations may not work, ATMs and payment cards may not work. The functioning of medical establishments and rescue services could be hampered. The crisis authorities and the armed forces will implement risk management measures, so everyone should be able to hold the first days of crisis for at least 72 hours.

It’s safer to know!


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