|Switzerland Has Enough Underground Bunkers To Accommodate Its Entire Population In Case Of A Nuclear Attack by Gistreal(m): Fri 06, May, 2022|
They are called fallout shelters.
A law passed in the country in 1960 has mandated apartment owners to incorporate these underground shelters in all new buildings since then. This is so "Every inhabitant must have a protected place that can be reached quickly from his place of residence"
These bunkers have ventilation systems and, anti-gas filters.
As of 2006, the country had over 300,000 shelters in houses, institutions, and hospitals, as well as 5,100 public shelters, providing protection for a total of 8.6 million individuals —that is114 percent of its population.
The Sonnenberg tunnel in Lucerne Switzerland is one of a kind. The infrastructure is 1,550m long and was designed to protect up to 20,000 people.
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