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An in-depth guide to prepare your family for the widespread outbreak of any deadly disease like COVID-19 or H1N1. New pandemics hop around the globe every year. In 2009-2010, it was H1N1 that spread uncontrollably, infecting over 60 million people around the globe. In 2014, Ebola virus claimed 11,325 lives with just 28,652 cases—a stunning 40% mortality rate. In 2020, COVID An in-depth guide to prepare your family for the widespread outbreak of any deadly disease like COVID-19 or H1N1. New pandemics hop around the globe every year. In 2009-2010, it was H1N1 that spread uncontrollably, infecting over 60 million people around the globe. In 2014, Ebola virus claimed 11,325 lives with just 28,652 cases—a stunning 40% mortality rate. In 2020, COVID-19 (a highly transmissible coronavirus with a mortality rate equivalent to Spanish Flu) jumped from Wuhan, China, to a world-wide pandemic, causing economic panic and an uncontrolled global outbreak, all despite the best efforts of governments and health organizations.  So, what will happen when a pathogen as easily transmitted as H1N1 or coronavirus and as deadly as Ebola enters a population somewhere—anywhere—in the world? Prepping for a Pandemic provides all the information needed for the day when that horrible eventuality becomes a reality. It provides readers with a life-saving plan that guides them step by step to a state of medical self-reliance. It covers every important issue including stocking food, storing water, developing contingency plans, learning first aid and nursing skills, as well as establishing quarantines and sick rooms. With checklists, tips, and plans, this book outlines the necessary supplies and skills one will need to stay healthy when doctors, hospitals, and the world’s medical infrastructure become overwhelmed and unavailable during a pandemic outbreak.


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An in-depth guide to prepare your family for the widespread outbreak of any deadly disease like COVID-19 or H1N1. New pandemics hop around the globe every year. In 2009-2010, it was H1N1 that spread uncontrollably, infecting over 60 million people around the globe. In 2014, Ebola virus claimed 11,325 lives with just 28,652 cases—a stunning 40% mortality rate. In 2020, COVID An in-depth guide to prepare your family for the widespread outbreak of any deadly disease like COVID-19 or H1N1. New pandemics hop around the globe every year. In 2009-2010, it was H1N1 that spread uncontrollably, infecting over 60 million people around the globe. In 2014, Ebola virus claimed 11,325 lives with just 28,652 cases—a stunning 40% mortality rate. In 2020, COVID-19 (a highly transmissible coronavirus with a mortality rate equivalent to Spanish Flu) jumped from Wuhan, China, to a world-wide pandemic, causing economic panic and an uncontrolled global outbreak, all despite the best efforts of governments and health organizations.  So, what will happen when a pathogen as easily transmitted as H1N1 or coronavirus and as deadly as Ebola enters a population somewhere—anywhere—in the world? Prepping for a Pandemic provides all the information needed for the day when that horrible eventuality becomes a reality. It provides readers with a life-saving plan that guides them step by step to a state of medical self-reliance. It covers every important issue including stocking food, storing water, developing contingency plans, learning first aid and nursing skills, as well as establishing quarantines and sick rooms. With checklists, tips, and plans, this book outlines the necessary supplies and skills one will need to stay healthy when doctors, hospitals, and the world’s medical infrastructure become overwhelmed and unavailable during a pandemic outbreak.

59 review for Prepping for a Pandemic: Life-Saving Supplies, Skills and Plans for Surviving an Outbreak

  1. 5 out of 5

    Lynn Kidd

    I was lucky enough to win this book through Goodreads giveaways. I have never really thought much about preparing for any kind of catastrophe until the Ebola outbreak came into my backyard of Atlanta. Prepping for a Pandemic: Life-Saving Supplies, Skills and Plans for Surviving an Outbreak was very well written. I found the chapters to be very informative and laid out in a way that anybody could understand. Cat Ellis gave information on not only how to avoid disease out breaks but also what herb I was lucky enough to win this book through Goodreads giveaways. I have never really thought much about preparing for any kind of catastrophe until the Ebola outbreak came into my backyard of Atlanta. Prepping for a Pandemic: Life-Saving Supplies, Skills and Plans for Surviving an Outbreak was very well written. I found the chapters to be very informative and laid out in a way that anybody could understand. Cat Ellis gave information on not only how to avoid disease out breaks but also what herbal medicines you can use if needed. This book will stay on my shelf and I will definitely reference it often. I do not want to be unprepared if something is to happen. Thanks to Cat Ellis, writing Prepping for a Pandemic, I will be ready.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robert Ross

    Excellent read and resource on the basics of preparing for a Pandemic This books provides a good overview, an understanding of the background, origins, and response to a Pandemic. Frankly, it’s truly scary how fragile and ill prepared the world, our governments, and we are in preparing for the next inevitable pandemic. As I write this, the world is fighting the COVID-19 Coronavirus that is ravaging the worlds population.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sweetheart_Seer

    Definitely a timely read. I very much enjoyed the external link to the journal entries written by a women who had tuberculosis in the 40s. It was fascinating! It is funny to me that a writing referred to I enjoyed more than I did this work, but I digress. I did like the way that the author laid out the information. She explained things in a very thorough way and made me think about a lot of things such as how not to make oneself into a target during a time of crises and how to properly attend to i Definitely a timely read. I very much enjoyed the external link to the journal entries written by a women who had tuberculosis in the 40s. It was fascinating! It is funny to me that a writing referred to I enjoyed more than I did this work, but I digress. I did like the way that the author laid out the information. She explained things in a very thorough way and made me think about a lot of things such as how not to make oneself into a target during a time of crises and how to properly attend to important things if a family member does fall ill. I would recommend reading this in small chunks though since it can definitely cause a lot of anxiety given what is currently going on in the world now. I will say that many of the herbs she referred to I don't think most people would even know what she was talking about because I doubt most people have ever heard of them before unless they studied medical/herbalism before at some point. It felt like there was a sort of barrier to entry for most here.

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