Basic Two Person Pandemic Kit
Pandemics can occur anytime, any place. Usually, they involve a highly contagious virus that’s transmitted from person to person via close airborne contact – these are viruses like bird and swine flu, to name but a few. You need to adequately prepare for a pandemic by stocking up before had. We’ve prepared a basic kit that will help you ride out a pandemic event in which it’s a good idea to stay at home and avoid contamination. Click on the items below directly from this sheet, and the link will take you right to our website, where you can order the goods directly. Quantities listed are for two adults, for one week of sustainment.
Although pandemics normally don’t affect utilities, it’s still a good idea to save some water just in case:
When you’re looking ahead to the future you know an ample supply of water is necessary for a survival kit.
You’ll want to stay home and avoid contact with other people, and this means eating in:
Each serving contains one hearty meal that’s simple to make – simply add hot water and eat. 120 servings will last two people thirty days if you eat two per day (excluding breakfast), which is plenty of time for the pandemic to blow over.
During a pandemic, you might experience a delay in first responder call outs, or even a reluctance on the part of first responders to assist due to fear of contamination. There’s no point surviving a pandemic only to die of an injury that could have been prevented with a first aid kit:
You need to know what’s going on during a pandemic, and the only reliable way to get information will be through radio:
This little wonder is a shortwave radio with built in NOAA weather alert. It never needs batteries, and is powered via solar power or hand crank. Perfect for keeping you up to speed.
You’re going to need some basic protective gear in order to survive a pandemic:
This kit includes 5 masks to protect against dangerous airborne pathogens. Also included is SPECIAL 10 PAGE "Ebola Report" informing you about facts and how to protect yourself against Ebola.
An essential part of pandemic survival, duct tape is used to seal the openings around doors and windows to prevent contamination.
use plastic sheeting in concert with duct tape to seal larger openings in order to prevent contamination.