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COPING WITH NATURAL DISASTERS: THE ROLE OF LOCAL HEALTH PERSONNEL AND THE COMMUNITY
( By A Working Guide (WHO - OMS, 1989) )

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Chapter 1.Panic

Panic is not a common reaction. It may occur when the disaster finds people crowded in an enclosed space (a place of worship, a cinema, etc.). In some cases instructions given over a loudspeaker (asking people to be calm, indicating where the exits are) may help to reduce the adverse effects of panic.

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