The Embassy of Georgia warns Georgian citizens in Israel about how to act during the alarm.
“As soon as you hear the siren/alarm or the sound of an explosion, the following actions should be taken, depending on your location, namely:
If you are in a building – you must enter a protected area, shelter or a special, protected room and lock doors and windows.
If you are outside – enter the nearest building unless there is a special shelter nearby. If there are no buildings near you, lay down and cover your head with your hands.
If you are in the car – pull over, get out of the car and enter the nearest building or shelter. If there is no building or shelter near you, get out of the car and cover your head with your hands.
Persons living on the top floor of a three- or more-storey building, if there are no protected spaces in the building (shelter, special room), should go down, two floors below.
Persons living on the top floor of a three-storey building, if there are no protected spaces in the building (shelter, special room), should go down, one floor below.
It is not allowed to stay at the entrance of the buildings.
In the absence of other instructions, you can leave the building 10 minutes after the siren/alarm signal goes off.
Do not approach a downed rocket or any other object. In this case, urge citizens not to approach the downed rocket and inform the police. Follow the media for further instructions.
For more information, please contact: Israel Emergency Service Website: www.oref.org.il, via social media (Facebook) or by phone: 104, follow the information posted on the official Facebook page of the Embassy.
Due to the current situation, the embassy also launched a hotline for Georgian citizens:
+972526919092; +972528888513; +972524440385; +972548620270″, – reads the statement spread by the embassy.