Are you ready for a zombie apocalypse?
It’s hard for government agencies to get people to take disasters seriously – before the disaster, that is. Lives could be saved if people had access to simple things like clean drinking water, food and blankets.
It’s hard for government agencies to get people to take disasters seriously – before the disaster, that is. Lives could be saved if people had access to simple things like clean drinking water, food and blankets. So the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is experimenting with a novel way of catching their attention. It has issued a sinister logo for its guide on how to prepare for a zombie apocalypse. Coincidentally, the same things that are needed after earthquakes, hurricanes and tornadoes are also helpful after flesh-eating zombies take over your town/state/country/continent. If you have that tingling feel that zombies are on the loose, here is the link to the CDC’s advice.
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