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Civil Protection Active Alert level 2: high risk for this June 29th

Civil Protection Active Alert level 2: high risk for this June 29th

Salou. Costa Dorada. 28th June 2012. The General Directorate of Civil Protection of the Government has activated Level 2: warning high risk for heat wave, within the Civil Protection Plan of Catalonia PROCICAT according to forecasts from the Meteorological Service of Catalonia (SMC). Heat wave that will last until Saturday, affecting from today Thursday with more intensity in the regions of the southern and north-eastern Catalonia. On the other hand, activated the emergency plan especially for forest fires in Catalonia (Infoc) in alert phase due to the risk of forest fires, so in the coming days to inform the public to be extreme caution and vigilance in forest areas by rising temperatures and thus can prevent forest fires together. From the Department of Public Safety, Civil Defence, Transport, chaired by Marc Alarcón, and the Department of Social Action, chaired by Pedro Lavilla, in addition to the basic advice and information necessary to cope with the heat: hydration- be very, cover their heads in the street, avoid going out in the warmer hours and avoid heavy physical activities, also wants to call attention to and care of the groups most affected by the wave heat (elderly, sick and children). So if you know ill or elderly who live alone: -Try to visit them once a day. -They drink lots of water and fruit juices, although not particularly in September -If you take medication, speak to your doctor if this may influence thermoregulation and whether to adjust or change. Just as some advice for younger children: -Avoid exposing them to direct radiation from the sun and, above all, avoid touching the sun directly overhead. -Avoid going out for a walk in the hottest hours of the day, when solar radiation is higher, between 12 pm and 16h pm. If you are always looking for outdoor shaded areas. If you find someone with the effects of dehydration from Civil Defence to order Notify-urgent medical services or 112. -Move it to a cooler place. -Give water, wet them and the increase ventilation until emergency professionals arrive.

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