FEMA: If Under Nuclear Attack, Don’t Forget Your Mask And Remember To Socially Distance

While war is being waged in Ukraine, and there are rumors of direct conflict between the nuclear powers again, FEMA warns Americans to wear masks and keep their social distance in the face of a nuclear blast. offers a variety of options for what to do in case of nuclear attack.

They begin by advising those in the vicinity of a strike to gain access to the nearest building – preferably brick or concrete – to avoid further exposure to radiation. Additionally, they remind those in the vicinity of a strike to remove all clothing and clean their skin.

From there, you’ll want to be sure to have remembered your mask and to practice safe social distancing recommendations.

“Try to maintain a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who are not part of your household,” the government website advises. “If possible, wear a mask if you’re sheltering with people who are not a part of your household.”

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FEMA: Wear a mask after nuclear explosion

FEMA’s site, which prominently states on its home page that it is “an official website of the United States government,” continues to suggest maintaining COVID protocols while a nuclear explosion has just taken place.

“Stay inside for 24 hours unless local authorities provide other instructions. Continue to practice social distancing by wearing a mask and by keeping a distance of at least six feet between yourself and people who (are) not part of your household,” they write.

But it gets worse.

FEMA advises you to gather your COVID-related possessions and take them with to the shelter in case of a nuclear accident.

“If you are told by authorities to evacuate to a public shelter, try to bring items that can help protect yourself and your family from COVID-19, such as hand sanitizer that contains at least 60 percent alcohol, cleaning materials, and two masks per person,” they advise.

Your skin may be melting, but omicrons are still around!

A warning points out that the hand sanitizer “does not protect against (nuclear) fall out.”

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High Alert

It’s good to know FEMA is all over a nuclear attack by diverting attention to relatively minor ailments when the world outside may be ending.

It’s a good idea to remind Americans that they should bring OTC acid reflux medications or some baby aspirin just in case they experience mild headaches. You can’t be too cautious, even though your bones might have broken down by this time.

The site does note that a nuclear threat might be a stressful situation – one that exacerbates the stress already felt from the pandemic.

“Many people may already feel fear and anxiety about the coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19),” the PSA reads. “The threat of a nuclear explosion can add additional stress.”

What do you think?

Putin has ordered Russia’s “deterrence forces” – which wield nuclear weapons – on high alert as the invasion of Ukraine drags on.

“Top officials in leading NATO countries have allowed themselves to make aggressive comments about our country, therefore I hereby order the Minister of Defense and the chief of the General Staff to place the Russian Army Deterrence Force on combat alert,” he said during a meeting with top Russian defense officials.

But will they follow COVID protocol?

While FEMA is advising Americans to social distance and wear masks in the event of a nuclear strike, lawmakers will no longer be required to do so at President Biden’s State of the Union address.

Biden’s speech will likely be far more stressful than COVID or a nuclear explosion.