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More than 230 TAP are ready to deploy in Vladivostok

More than 230 TAP are ready to deploy in Vladivostok
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During the passage of the cyclone in Vladivostok, it is planned to deploy 238 temporary accommodation points in the event of an emergency. They will be able to accommodate 23 608 people. Now the city has declared a high alert mode, and will last until September 24.

According to the press service of the Vladivostok administration, all life support services have been switched to round-the-clock operation. TAPs are planned to be located on the basis of hotels, recreation centers, educational institutions of the city. As noted by the deputy head of the Vladivostok administration Dmitry Svitailo, they can be accommodated for a period of 12 to 30 days.

In addition, residents are advised to leave the coast during the cyclone. A breaking wave is expected especially in the southern bays. A storm warning announced in Vladivostok from 21 to 23 September.

 

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