Build a food reserve: Keep a stock of non-perishable food items, such as canned goods and dried foods, that can sustain you and your family for at least a few weeks.
Store water: Store clean drinking water in case of a disruption in water supply.
Create an emergency plan: Create a plan that includes steps for obtaining food, water, and other essentials in case of an emergency, and share it with your family and friends.
Stay informed: Stay informed about the situation and follow the advice of official authorities and experts.
Have a communication plan: Establish a way to communicate with your loved ones in case of a war and make sure that everyone in the family knows the plan.
Have a shelter plan: Have a shelter plan in case you have to evacuate or take shelter.
Have a first aid kit ready: Make sure you have a first aid kit ready and know how to use it.
Be prepared for power outages and other infrastructure failures: Have a backup plan for lighting, cooking, and heating in case of power outages.
Be aware of your surroundings and stay calm: Stay aware of any potential dangers and be prepared to respond quickly if needed, but also try to stay calm and not to panic.