Swine Flu Survival Kit-An H1N1 Virus Epidemic Survival Primer
Consumer Reports has issued instructions for a swine flu survival kit in the case of a serious swine flu epidemic in the near future. (like, this fall)
Like the deadly Spanish Flu epidemic of 1918, many expect the spring and summer to be just the beginning of a serious H1N1 Virus Epidemic starting late summer/early fall.
Here are instructions from consumer reports for your Swine Flu Survival Kit:
In case the second wave of swine flu is severe enough to warrant home confinement, consumers should pack an emergency kit in advance. You will need:
*A two-week supply of food and water.
*Fever reducers, such as acetaminophen, ibuprofen, or naproxen.
*Cough and cold medications containing chlorpheniramine, diphenhydramine, oxymetazoline, and pseudoephedrine and lozenges with dyclonine, glycerin, or honey can help ease symptoms.
*Electrolyte drinks, such as Gatorade or Powerade, to keep you hydrated.
*Hand sanitizer with at least 60 percent alcohol, such as Purell, to kill viruses when soap and water aren't available.
*Surgical masks with an FDA rating of at least N-95 to help prevent spreading the flu. Masks need to be replaced often and disposed of after use.
For all emergencies, Consumer Reports recommends packing at least three days worth of nonperishable food; at least one gallon of water per person, per day; a first-aid kit that includes any prescription or over-the-counter medications your family might need; as well as antihistamines for allergic reactions, pain relievers, stomach and antidiarrhea remedies, and antacids.
Let's be careful out there!
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