As we all know, it’s just a matter of time before the undead start rising and the zombie apocalypse engulfs modern society. Authorities may deny it, the media may laugh at it, but when it’s all said and done. Here are nine steps that, if you follow, should help you survive the coming zombie apocalypse.
First, we must prepare our home.
1) Water: first and foremost, you need to secure a water supply. Water our most important necessity, after clean air, and it will be one of the first to go. Have a supply stored in your house for emergencies. 1L/person/day at minimum, 2L/person/day if you want luxuries like being able to wash your hands once in a while. Have at least 7 days worth, ideally a month.
2) Food: you’ll need a food supply as well. Non-perishable, high-nutrient, high-calorie food is what you want. Crackers, peanut butter, canned fruit, stuff like that.
3) A first aid kit: although it won’t be of much use if you’re bit by a zombie, it will help treat other minor wounds and injuries. Also include any medications your family members need.
4) Sanitation: you’ll want things like soap, anti-bacterial gel, and bleach around the house. You never know when you’ll have to wipe down a floor covered in zombie brains.
5) Weapons: lots of them. Guns, knives, swords, chainsaws. Whatever you can get your hands on. People sometimes say less is more. That is totally false in this case. The more weapons, the better.
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But what if your house isn’t secure enough to survive a zombie apocalypse? Then you need an evacuation plan.
6)Have a place where your family can meet and regroup.
7) Have a pre-decided, out of town place to go to, friends or family that will allow you to stay while the zombie apocalypse blows over.
8) Have a vehicle with room for family members and supplies. Keep your gas topped up, as gas stations will likely be either jammed or sucked dry during an emergency. An extra tank or two in your garage is not a bad idea.
9) Evacuate late at night/early in the morning, to minimize the traffic you’ll encounter.
The zombie apocalypse can be a real downer, but with a little pluck and preparation you should be able to survive, even thrive, when the undead start rising.
Good luck and stay prepared!
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