Lviv today: How to act in case of danger. Tips from the Swiss Hotel
The City Department for Emergencies, Civil Protection and Territorial Defense explains how to act when residents hear "Warning to All" alerts. At the same time, the Department of Civil Protection of LODA has developed recommendations for the population on actions in various difficult situations: in case of threat of mass riots and hostilities, in case of detection of a suspicious object, etc.
The Swiss Hotel provides security for its guests. The safety of Swiss guests above all: what security measures were taken by the leadership of Ukraine and the region in Lviv.
Yes, the intermittent sound of the siren means the signal "ATTENTION TO EVERYONE". Upon hearing it, it is necessary to immediately turn on the TV sets on the UA: LVIV and First Western TV channels. Turn on the Ukrainian Radio Lviv radio stations on the 103.3 FM frequency and the FIRST Radio stations on the 88.2 FM frequency.
If you do not currently have access to television and radio, call the multi-channel toll-free number 0 800 600 491. Information will also be published on the Civil Protection Alerts channel in Telegram Messenger.
It should be noted that today the State Emergency Service of Ukraine received an "Air Alarm" signal, so the alarm system in the Lviv region was activated at this signal.
In particular, the following text sounds during this alarm: “Citizens! Air alarm! Turn off the lights, gas, fire in the furnaces. Take personal protective equipment, documents, food and water supplies. Warn your neighbors and help the sick and elderly to go outside. Get to the simplest basement shelter or hide in the area as soon as possible. Keep calm and order. Listen carefully to the messages from the Department of Emergency Situations, Civil Protection and Territorial Defense. "
Instead, the air alarm will be disconnected also by warning signals, and the following message will be sounded: “Air alarm failure! Everyone to return to work or residence. Help the sick and the elderly in this. Be prepared for a possible re-attack by the enemy. Always have personal protective equipment with you. Listen carefully to the messages from the Department of Emergency Situations, Civil Protection and Territorial Defense. "
Recommendations are available at the link.