Last week, I wrote about how I’d tried to find shelter in my hometown of Philadelphia, where I had to use a generator and then evacuate a neighbor’s house.
But I also wrote about the real reason people flee when the world becomes a zombie apocalypse: fear.
It’s not just because of a pandemic, as many people are terrified of zombies.
It comes down to a fear of not knowing what will happen if the world gets a pandemics.
In this post, I’ll explore the fear of pandemic-level pandemic and how to overcome it.
A pandemic is a time of great uncertainty, when you’re unsure what will actually happen and you’re afraid to live your life.
But fear is not a disease.
It is a normal human response to uncertain and frightening times.
Fear is what keeps us alive.
Fear and uncertainty are not mutually exclusive.
It was the fear that kept me alive during the pandemic in the first place.
But if you’re not afraid of pandemic-level catastrophe, there are plenty of other ways to stay alive.
Here’s how to survive a pandepics zombie apocalypse in the U.S. and Canada.1.
Get Prepared for the Outbreak and Survive In case of a natural disaster, you may not have much time to prepare.
That means you should: Be prepared for food shortages, including the potential for famine.
Stay at least 20 miles away from powerlines.
Plan for the possibility of losing everything you own.
If you have a car, plan to drive it for at least 24 hours.
If possible, get a mobile phone to help you stay in touch with loved ones.2.
Stay Safe and Don’t Let Others Get in the Way of You If you are in a building, consider whether you want to stay there or leave.
You may be able to avoid a zombie outbreak if you stay at home.
If your shelter is located on a property that is owned by the government, consider renting it to a private owner.3.
Avoid the Danger of the Zombie In a zombie pandemic (a pandemic where people are not allowed to leave the area until the government declares a pandemia has passed), you can’t go outside to eat or drink.
The government has to declare the pandemis pandemic so that all people who have been declared dead cannot move in and cause panic.
But a pandemaker can still leave the zone, which is usually a matter of minutes.
So it’s worth taking the time to make sure you are not in a dangerous situation and staying at home when you need to.4.
Consider Shelter for Your Family If you do have a family, consider keeping them in the area.
But be prepared for what happens if they are trapped in the zone.
In many cases, they will not be able get out because there is no food, water, or medical supplies available.
In addition, if you are worried about your children, you needn’t worry about them.
The authorities will find them if they have been living outside in the zombie zone.5.
Keep Your Home Secure It’s also important to be prepared if you decide to evacuate.
You’ll need to take out a mobile security camera.
And you’ll need an emergency plan.
The best way to protect your home is to: Stay in your home for 24 hours, at least.
If the zombies get out, they’ll probably kill everyone.
Make sure to leave enough food for yourself and your family.