The myth of the “living dead” or “zombies” circulating in stories of “post-world devastation” is no longer just fiction. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued instructions on how to respond in the event that zombies attack the world and what you need to survive. Yes, what you are reading is correct and not a joke.
After the world-shaking Corona pandemic spread, “CDC” has released some advice in case something else unexpected happens, which is the end of the world at the hands of the zombies. According to the description , “CDC” that “safety is better than regret”, so we must prepare for any kind of emergency.
Where does the zombie come from?
“CDC” has revealed that it studies zombies just as it does to anticipate the spread of any disease, and how help will be provided to humans around the world and how it can be cured and stopped.
Before publishing the lines guidelines, the report published a summary of the history of “carnivorous zombies”:
The word zombie comes from voodoo culture in Haiti and the state of New Orleans, and although its meaning has changed over the years, it refers to a human corpse mysteriously resurrected to serve the living.
The stories adopted by the films and the stories differ over the years, some see that they are the product of an infectious virus, transmitted by bite, and others believe that they have a neurological disease, and some see that ‘these are mutations of some that already exist. diseases such as mad cow disease, measles and rabies.
What do you do if the zombies start roaming the streets?
The CDC report says that in emergencies like zombie attacks, for example, you need to have an emergency kit , so you can withstand several days until you locate a safe place:
At least 3 liters of water per person per day, and fast non-perishable foods.
Medicines and personal hygiene items such as soap and towels.
A set of tools such as a utility knife, tape, and a battery powered radio.
Sufficient clothing and furniture for everyone in the family.
Important documents and papers such as passport, identity card, driver’s license and birth certificate.
First aid supplies that won’t help you with a zombie bite.
After that, you need to create a contingency plan; Understands where you’ll be going and who you’ll call in case a zombie starts approaching your house.
The plan includes identifying the types of potential emergencies in your area and defining a list of those you will contact in the event of an emergency, such as the police, fire department and your local zombie response team. . Then make a plan for the escape route so that you don’t let hungry zombies kill you, as well as agree with the family on a specific place to meet in the event of a zombie invasion of your home.
The report points out that “you can laugh now, but when it does you will be glad you read this, and maybe you will learn something or more about how to prepare for real emergencies.” Disaster experts have praised the effectiveness of the CDC’s emergency plan, and John Seleck, a professor at Jacobs College of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, told Yahoo: “I think it’s wonderful. As we have seen with the Corona pandemic, disaster preparedness is extreme. thing. Importance “.