Guam, a United States territory, has given warning to it’s citizens for preparedness of a nuclear attack. North Korea has threatened the territory with their newly developed mini-nuke warhead which prompted President Donald Trump, shortly thereafter, to issue his owning to Kim by stating he would rain-down “fire and fury” on the impoverished dictatorship.
Guam is taking the threat seriously and, just in, case want their citizens to be as prepared as they can be for the situation.
To begin, they’ve advised the citizens to already create a plan for stockpiling emergency supposed and if the strike does occur to stay indoors for at least 24 hours after the event or until instructed otherwise. They’ve also warned to no look at the flash or the fireball (as it can blind you). Pretty terrifying stuff.
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The fact sheet also tells citizens to “lie flat on the ground and cover your head” and then eventually find shelter, where you will have to remove your radioactively-contaminated clothing.
In the aftermath of a strike, the government says not to enter any areas that are designated as contaminated and await further instructions from local officials.
Despite the alarming nature of the fact sheet, Guam Governor Eddie Calvo (R) announced in a press conference that there was no indication of a forthcoming attack against the island and urged residents to go about their everyday lives. The fact sheet was nothing more than a precautionary measure.