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Recuerde qué hacer en caso de sismo

Ante los últimos sismos ocurridos en el país, en las últimas horas, el Sistema Nacional para la Prevención y Atención a Desastres recordó qué se debe hacer durante un movimiento telúrico.

Frente a un sismo tenga en cuenta:
- Acuerde un punto de encuentro con su familia. En caso de un desastre súbito, debe tener claro dónde encontrarte con los tuyos, después de que haya pasado el caos.
- Identifique zonas seguras, en caso de que sea necesario evacuar.
- Tenga listo un kit de emergencia.
- Durante un sismo ubíquese en los sitios seguros. Agáchese, cúbrase y sujétese.
- Manténgase alerta de la información de las autoridades competentes.
- Reubique objetos pesados o contundentes que puedan caer o hacer daño.
- Asegure a las paredes muebles y objetos pesados.
- Antes de evacuar, cierre registros de agua, energía y gas.
- Permanezca atento a posibles réplicas.
- Verifique el estado de su vivienda antes de regresar.
- Refuerce su vivienda a nivel estructural.

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