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Drop, cover and protect your head and neck with hands or bag. Also make sure that your crunch is behind you, so that you can move after the earthquake. Those who use mobility aids or a wheelchair should not only “fix” the mobility aids or wheelchair, but also lower your body and protect your head and neck with things behind you, such as your bag or cushion. Keep bending over until the shaking stops. If there is no bag or cushion behind you, protect your head and neck with your hands to avoid being harm during the earthquake.
Those who are unable to protect your head with hands, keep away from potential falling objects or ask your family member or people around to help to protect your head.
Last Updated2020-12-18 HOME