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12/08/2019 / By Grace Olson
Every time you turn on the news, there always seems to be a new deadly disease on the loose. These reports should be taken seriously. A pandemic can occur at any time and when it does, people’s lives will drastically change.
People often interchange pandemic and epidemic, but they’re not quite the same. An epidemic is limited to a local region, while a pandemic is a disease outbreak on a global scale. It can affect – and kill – millions of people within weeks or a few months. You never know when it may strike your area. The following tips may help you prepare for a pandemic. (h/t to SHTFPlan.com)
Here are the things you should stockpile to help protect yourself from contracting diseases during a pandemic:
The first thing you should do during a pandemic is to seal yourself and your family inside the house. Aside from preparing survival items for each person, you should prepare the house as well. Here are some things to take note of:
1. Consider air supply
People often forget about air supply, but this is a crucial thing to consider. While hunkering down, the amount of fresh air inside the house is limited. Like it or not, you have to access air from outside.
Therefore, it is important to prepare an air filtering system. There are some machines available on the market, but you can also build one yourself. There are video tutorials for DIY air filters you can find online. (Related: Top solutions to protect your health at HOME: Clean air, clean water and home-grown medicine.)
2. Designate a quarantine room
Sometimes, despite all your preparation and preventive measures, someone still does get infected. When this happens, you can’t let him – or even yourself – mingle with others or everyone may get sick.
Pick a room in the house that is relatively far away from the rest. It is best if the room has a bathroom the person can use. If there is no extra room, an extra bathroom will suffice.
You never know when a pandemic might strike. Your body’s immune system is one of your best lines of defense. Start eating healthier foods and sleeping better to improve your overall health.
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