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Prepping for a Pandemic: Life-Saving Supplies, Skills and Plans for Surviving an Outbreak (Preppers) Paperback – December 1, 2015
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Prepping for a Pandemic: Life-Saving Supplies, Skills and Plans for Surviving an Outbreak (Preppers)
Starting with the recent Ebola patients in the USA, she gives us a breakdown of how/why it occurred and the media and governments responses along with how the public reacted. For me, this 1st chapter served as an outline of sorts for the rest of the book.
Chapter 2 is the most important chapter. You get the definition of pandemic vs epidemic (think global vs local), which are terms incorrectly used by the media. The rest of the chapter is an overview of current, new, and possible future outbreak diseases, bacteria’s, viruses, etc. You learn how it all spreads, how to deal with it, how to stay away from it even if it means not going to a hospital.
Chapters 3, 4, and 5 deal with threat levels I, II, and III, increasing in danger levels. Basically, from the flu to the plague and human error. These 3 chapters are going to be a great reference tool for everyone. Don’t rely on mass media or your Facebook friends to give you the correct life or death info in a time of crisis!
Chapter 6’s concerns are what may pop up after a pandemic winds down. An interesting chapter on its own, but it felt a bit repetitive or maybe it could’ve fit inside another chapter(s).
Chapter 7 is also very important, perhaps my second favorite, because it deals with what all preppers and/or survivalists should already be planning. Bug in? Bug out? Quarantine?Read more ›
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Very interesting book! It brought up several ideas about which I had not considered. Every 'prepper' should read this book!Published 3 months ago by Loa
Ms. Ellis has gone above and beyond in this book. She has taken a serious subject and presented it in terms for all readers to be able to comprehend. Read morePublished 3 months ago by gourdland
Great book to have on hand in the event of an emergency. Gives historical information and a global perspective of epidemics and pandemics.Published 6 months ago by Heather
I have both of her books and they are fantastic. Lots of good information and put down in a format that takes Medspeak and turns it to easy to understand English. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Amazon Customer