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How to Add Emergency Info to Your Phone’s Lock Screen

What would happen if you needed urgent care but couldn’t communicate with first responders, for example, as a result of being unconscious? People with serious known conditions, such as those prone to seizures or who have an implanted device, might wear a bracelet or necklace explaining their medical situation. For everyone else, how will emergency teams find out your blood type, your allergies, or whom to call? One of the easiest solutions is to put this information on your phone and make it accessible from the lock screen.

This is really easy to do on a smartphone. Just as important, you should know how to find this information for someone else and alert their emergency contacts.


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