Find out the nearest bomb shelters in your area. Your best options are your basement and in the middle of any building.
Prepare an emergency kit that contains enough supplies to tide you through at least three days. Your emergency kit
Stock up on non-perishable food that can last you several years, especially foods rich in carbohydrates
At the onset of a nuclear bomb attack, take shelter in your basement or any other safe place indoors
As soon as you go inside- 1. Remove any clothing and other objects exposed to the outdoors 2. Wash your hands and any other part of your body that encountered any possible fallout. 3. Don’t touch your eyes, nose, and mouth, and avoid using hand sanitizer or wet wipes to clean yourself.
Tune in to your local news and emergency response alerts for any instructions. Depending on where you are, they may ask you to evacuate to a safer location.
Stay in your shelter for at least 48 hours after the initial blast.
Avoid going outside in any circumstance, which can expose you to harmful radiation from the nuclear bomb blast and the resulting fallout.