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A 10-day emergency supply should include 20 liters of water per person

Whether natural disaster (flooding, storm), corona pandemic or a crisis due to war (as is currently the case in Ukraine) – an emergency situation can arise quickly and affect anyone. The federal government recommends a 10-day emergency supply. Find out more here:

Fulda – If electricity, water, telephone and internet fail, it is very helpful to ensure emergency supplies for a certain period of time. “Your goal must be to be able to survive ten days without shopping with an emergency supply,” explains the Federal Office for Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK), as reported by *.

In a 10-day emergency stock checklist, the BBK lists various foods that are well suited for this, such as pasta, rice (3.5 kilograms/person) and legumes (4.0 kilograms/person). In addition to food, above all water should be available. The specialist authority advises that a 10-day supply should include 20 liters of water per person. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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