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Emergency Mobile Alert System to be tested across New Zealand on May 28

Emergency Mobile Alert System to be tested across New Zealand on May 28

๐Ÿ“ฑ โš ๏ธThe New Zealand government will conduct a test of its Emergency Mobile Alert (EMA) system on Sunday, May 28, between 6-7pm. The EMA system will s

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๐Ÿ“ฑ โš ๏ธThe New Zealand government will conduct a test of its Emergency Mobile Alert (EMA) system on Sunday, May 28, between 6-7pm. The EMA system will send alerts via cell towers to all capable mobile phones in the country, without requiring users to download an app or subscribe to a service. In the event of a real-life emergency situation, the system can send alerts to target areas affected by serious hazards. The alert will provide information about the emergency and what action needs to be taken. The test is part of an effort to improve public safety during emergencies. The public is reminded that emergency mobile alerts are not meant to replace other emergency alerts or the need to take action after natural warnings.

Find out more about Emergency Mobile Alerts: https://getready.govt.nz/en/prepared/stay-informed/emergency-mobile-alert

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