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Pandemic

A pandemic (from Greek πᾶν pan "all" and δῆμος demos "people") is an epidemic of infectious disease that has spread through human populations across a large region; for instance multiple continents, or even worldwide.

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Deadliest Pandemics in History

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1. Wear long sleeves and pants. 2. Add a rain poncho or several trash bags as an extra layer of protection. 3. Wear a shower cap to protect head and hair. 4. Wear dish washing gloves to protect hands. 5. Wear a mask or a rag that has been sprinkled with bleach.

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The average adult needs 1,800 calories a day. This requirement can be met for three months with: 1. 20 pounds of rice (carbohydrates) 2. 3 gallons of canola oil (fat) 3. 100 6-oz cans of tuna (protein) Source: SEAL Survival Guide: Courtley, C & Largo, M. (2012). A Navy SEAL's Secrets to Surviving any Disaster. United States: Gallery Books

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Pandemic At Home PART 1: How to survive a Pandemic

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Pandemic At Home PART 2: How to survive a Pandemic

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Pandemic At Home PART 3: How to survive a Pandemic

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