If you’re going to a large gathering of people, it’s important to be prepared for what that experience will be like.
Pay attention to the news.
It’s important to keep up with the news. If there is a mass gathering taking place nearby, you’ll need to be aware of any developments that could impact your safety and well-being. Say’s Dr Micheal, always read the news from reputable sources and follow major news organizations on social media (such as Twitter). You should also check out local news websites for information about what’s happening in your area.
It’s important to pack light, but it’s also equally important to bring the right things. If you’re going camping with a group and will be sharing space, make sure your items are sensible and practical. For example, if one person brings an inflatable mattress, there’s no need for another person to bring one as well; or if every person has their own tent, then there’s no point in packing up extra sleeping bags and blankets.
In addition to packing efficiently and sensibly with others in mind, it’s also crucial that you pack things that will help ensure your safety at the mass gathering itself.
Bring fun items that keep you comfortable, hydrated and happy.
- Bring a water bottle.
- Bring sunscreen and sunglasses.
- Bring a blanket or towel to sit on, because the ground will be hard and uncomfortable.
Read up on your rights as a citizen of a democracy!
- Read up on your rights as a citizen of a democracy!
It’s good to know what you can and cannot do in times of civil unrest. It is important to understand that protests are protected by law, but there are limits. For example, if you’re holding an event where people are gathered together for the purposes of protest or demonstration, you must give notice to the police at least 48 hours beforehand so they can plan accordingly. You also need to provide details about the location, time and size of your group.*
Every crowd is different. Be prepared for the one you’re going to attend.
Every crowd is different, and no matter how much you prepare, you can never be sure what you’re going to encounter. But there are a few things that are always good to keep in mind when preparing for a mass gathering:
- Be prepared for the worst, but hope for the best. The worst-case scenario could include being unable to get home because of traffic jams or missing work due to delays or cancellations caused by a mass gathering. If this happens, it’s important not only that you have some food and water on hand so that your family doesn’t go hungry while they wait things out at home but also that your car has enough gas (or diesel if necessary) so that everyone can make their way back safely once the roads clear up again.
- Be prepared to be uncomfortable—and bored… Don’t forget about comfort items like blankets and pillows if there’s no room left inside; sunscreen if conditions look like they’re going to be sunny; snacks like granola bars if hunger strikes; even binoculars if there are birds around worth watching! And don’t worry about keeping yourself entertained during downtime; instead focus on staying safe so everyone else can enjoy themselves as well!
There’s no one-size-fits all way to prepare for a mass gathering. If you know what event you’re going to be attending, read up on the history of the place and make sure it’s safe for you. Keep your supplies in check and have fun!