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MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from English to French –

Source: Canton of Neuchatel Switzerland

24.06.2019 The Canton of Neuchâtel will be hit by an episode of high heat this week. The Cantonal Public Health Service urges the public to take adequate measures to protect themselves from the heat and to pay particular attention to people at risk. Meteosuisse has launched a heat wave alert of degree 3 (with a passage to a degree 4 not excluded) for this week. Maximum temperatures between 32 and 37 degrees are expected during the day. The temperature should not drop below 16-22 degrees at night. This period of intense heat at the summer solstice can put the body to the test and have serious health consequences such as dehydration, heat stroke, hyperthermia (elevation of body temperature), even death. in extreme cases. The Cantonal Public Health Service (SSP) urges the population to take adequate measures to protect themselves from the heat and to pay special attention to those at risk, namely the elderly, the dependent, the children under four years and infants, who are not able to protect themselves. In doing so, he recommends following the advice published on his website (www.ne.ch/canicule). It is also recommended that people pay attention to their relatives and neighbors to prevent problems. It is important to ensure that elderly people have plenty of drinks and that their state of consciousness is not impaired (if in doubt contact the attending physician or in case of emergency the 144). Measures to protect vulnerable people such as those taken by the City of Neuchâtel (www.neuchatelville.ch/chaudfroid) contribute significantly. Special precautions must also be taken on construction sites and for people doing work of high physical intensity: easy access to drinks and appropriate breaks. The public health service monitors this situation in conjunction with the ORCCAN (Organization for Crisis and Disaster Management Management of the Canton of Neuchâtel) and gathers the information provided by the healthcare institutions. For more information and advice: www.ne.ch/canicule

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

MIL OSI Translation. Government of the Republic of France statements from English to French –

Source: Canton of Neuchatel Switzerland

24.06.2019 The Canton of Neuchâtel will be hit by an episode of high heat this week. The Cantonal Public Health Service urges the public to take adequate measures to protect themselves from the heat and to pay particular attention to people at risk. Meteosuisse has launched a heat wave alert of degree 3 (with a passage to a degree 4 not excluded) for this week. Maximum temperatures between 32 and 37 degrees are expected during the day. The temperature should not drop below 16-22 degrees at night. This period of intense heat at the summer solstice can put the body to the test and have serious health consequences such as dehydration, heat stroke, hyperthermia (elevation of body temperature), even death. in extreme cases. The Cantonal Public Health Service (SSP) urges the population to take adequate measures to protect themselves from the heat and to pay special attention to those at risk, namely the elderly, the dependent, the children under four years and infants, who are not able to protect themselves. In doing so, he recommends following the advice published on his website (www.ne.ch/canicule). It is also recommended that people pay attention to their relatives and neighbors to prevent problems. It is important to ensure that elderly people have plenty of drinks and that their state of consciousness is not impaired (if in doubt contact the attending physician or in case of emergency the 144). Measures to protect vulnerable people such as those taken by the City of Neuchâtel (www.neuchatelville.ch/chaudfroid) contribute significantly. Special precautions must also be taken on construction sites and for people doing work of high physical intensity: easy access to drinks and appropriate breaks. The public health service monitors this situation in conjunction with the ORCCAN (Organization for Crisis and Disaster Management Management of the Canton of Neuchâtel) and gathers the information provided by the healthcare institutions. For more information and advice: www.ne.ch/canicule

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EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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