Did you ever imagine that you would see the day when police are being called out to protect trucks that are unloading shipments of toilet paper? Well, in California this is actually happening. At the Costco in Santa Maria, California police were seen guarding a truck as it unloaded a shipment of toilet paper on Saturday.
With this rapidly evolving outbreak, the CDC has done its best to stay in control of the rhetoric of keeping the public informed. Their main focus was to stay cautiously alert and keep the public calm, but as of today, they have significantly shifted their official statement and there is no denying the fact that coronavirus will come to communities in the U.S.
Back in 2016, the government was exposed as secretly stockpiling supplies to help them survive a pandemic. These supplies aren't for saving us, but for saving them. Somewhere, there is a sprawling system of government storage facilities so secret that the American people can’t be told where they are, or what is kept in them.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that medical supplies are much needed to help stop the spread of the virus but they are quickly being depleted. We've touched on some of the things that have been selling out as Americans finally prepare for a pandemic possibility, but it looks like you may want to enhance your first aid kit first.
The World Health Organization may be at the beginning stage of realizing that centralized planning and authoritative measures are not going to stop the spread of the coronavirus. WHO says it's too early to declare this outbreak a pandemic, but they are now urging preparations at the individual level.
Whether it’s a car crash, a natural disaster, or a small accident at home, if there’s an emergency, you need to make sure you have the equipment you need to act quickly. The best way to be ready is to have a dedicated prepper first aid kit that lives at home or in your car so that you can grab it at a moment’s notice.
With hurricane season in full swing as many brace for tropical storm Dorian's arrival, most don't want to be left in a bad situation waiting on help from the government that may not ever come. If you live in a hurricane zone, you may want to consider boosting your preps for one if you haven't already.