Cold Wave

Check that you have adequate winter clothing
Stay indoor if at all possible
Check on any neightbours who live alone, especially the elderly
Monitor all media outlets for weather and emergency procedure information
In case of non-availability of heating management, go to public places where heating arrangements are made by administration.
Maintain proper ventilation when using a kerosene, heater or coal oven to avoid toxic fumes.
Watch for signs of frostbite, loss of feeling and white or pale appearance on fingers, toes, earlobes and the tip of the nose.
Hats help to prevent heat loss.
Mittens are better than gloves as your fingers can share body heat.


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