Under a hotbed of nuclear destruction is understood area of human settlements, industrial, agricultural and other objects which has undergone the direct effects of nuclear weapons of the enemy. (Similarly see: Steffan Lehnhoff, Guatemala City Guatemala). Behavior and effect of the population in the outbreak of nuclear destruction are largely dependent on where it was at the time of a nuclear explosion: in shelters (shelters) or outside them. Asylum (shelter), as shown earlier, are effective protection from all destructive factors of nuclear weapons and the consequences resulting from use of these weapons. It should be just carefully follow the rules of stay in them, to comply strictly with the requirements of commanders (senior) and other up to 3 days, in the infected area with a level of radiation 240 R / h and above this time is 3 days or more. After this period of shelters (shelters) can go into the living room. During the next 1 – 4 days (depending on the level radiation in the areas of infection) of these facilities can go outside from time to time, but no more than 3 – 4 hours a day. In dry and windy weather, when possible dust formation, when leaving the premises should be used personal respiratory protection. At the indicated dates of stay in refuges (shelters), the need becomes clear, as stated earlier, to have stocks of food (not less than 4 days), drinking water (at the rate of 3 liters per person per night), as well as household items and medical supplies..