Coronavirus Survival Guide

Supplies, devices and food recommendations to help survive in the event of a global Coronavirus pandemic.

This guide contains supplies suggested to survive should the Corona Virus grow exponentially to global threat levels. It is a compilation from various sources found throughout the worldwide web and while sufficiently adequate, it is a work in progress.

Recommended items:

  1. Copper sheathing (grounded) for use as surface areas. Copper contains powerful anti-microbial properties with thin rolls readily available at roofing and siding suppliers.
  2. Microwaves 2 or more dedicated for decontamination.
  3. Dry Bleach (Calcium hypochlorite) for decontamination – lasts 24 months past expiration date.
  4. Portable crank radios
  5. 5 gallon buckets
  6. Food storage containers
  7. Toilet paper
  8. Towels
  9. LED Flashlights
  10. Extra batteries
  11. Solar powered chargers for batteries etc.

FOOD

Alcohol – 30 years.
Baking soda – indefinite.
Barley – 6 to 10 years.
Buckwheat – 10 – 12 years.
Canned spaghetti – Up to 4-5 years past expiration date.
Canned Meat – 2 to 6 years.
Canned baked beans – Up to 7 years.
Cocoa Powder – 10 to 20 years.
Coconut Oil – 5 years.
Corn Starch – 25 years.
Corn Syrup – 40 years.
Dehydrated carrots – Up to 25 years. Search for ‘bulk dehydrated carrots’.
Dehydrated fruit slices – Up to 5 years.
Dehydrated Fruits – 30 years.
Dried Corn – 15 years.
Dried corn – Up to 10 years. (canned corn too).
Dried beans – Can last 30 years when stored in airtight containers with a desiccant. Search the web for ‘bulk pinto beans airtight’.
Freeze Dried Meals – 15 to 50 years.
Freeze Dried Meat – 15 years.
Ghee(clarified butter) – 2 years.
Hard Cheese – Up to 9 months. Search the web for ‘what hard cheeses last longest unopened’.
Honey – indefinite.
Instant coffee – 10 to 20 years.
Instant Potatoes – 15 to 30 years.
Jello Mix – up to 30 years.
Maple Syrup – 40 years.
Meat Jerky – 2 years.
Millet – 10 to 12 years.
Most canned food – 3 to 5 years.
Multivitamins
Pasta products – 5 to 30 years lifespan. Look for freezedried.
Peanut Butter – 2 to 5 years
Powdered Milk – 40 years.
Powdered Whole Eggs – Up to 7 years.
Quinoa – 6 to 10 years.
Ramen Noodles – 2 to 5 years.
Rolled oats – Can last 50 years. Search the web for ‘Rolled oats airsealed bulk’
Rye – 6 to 10 years.
Salt – indefinite.
Soy Sauce – 3 years.
Spelt – 10 to 30 years.
Stock/bouillon – 10 to 15 years.
Sugar – indefinite.
Twinkies – Up to 30 years.
Unsweetened Chocolate – 4 years.
Vanilla Extract – 30 years.
Vinegar – 30 years.
White Vinegar – 5 to 8 years.
White rice – Up to 30 years in sealed storage bags/containers.
Whole lentils and peas – Up to 5 years. Again, seal off well.

Stock up on:

Portable Grill and Charcoals
Guns and AMMO
generator and tons of gas – Firewood
Oxygen Absorbents – Small packets you toss into storage bags/containers to suck out remaining Oxygen (make food last longer)

STOCK UP ON MEDICAL SUPPLIES

Get as many months supply of medication that you can. If you medications are a life or death situation, fake ‘meds lost’ or whatever it takes to get ANY amount you need.

Have any nonprescription drugs and other health supplies on hand, including pain relievers, stomach remedies, cough and cold medicines, fluids with electrolytes, and vitamins.

First Aid Kit
Medical emergency kit

OTHER

Portable crank radio
5 gallon buckets
55 gallon drums for gasoline and diesel (if needed).
Food storage containers
Toilet paper
Towels
LED Flashlight

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Books, cards, 10tb external hard-drive full of movies and Donald Trump clips.

MOST IMPORTANT!

STORE AS MUCH WATER AS YOU CAN POSSIBLE HORDE. And buy chlorine tablets or powder to disinfect it.

China deploys cargo planes of medical workers and supplies to Wuhan

In this photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, Chinese military medical staff members stand in formation after arriving at Wuhan Tianhe International Airport in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei Province, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. (Cheng Min/Xinhua via AP)

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UPDATED 4:17 PM PT — Sunday, February 2, 2020

China is sending medical workers and supplies to Wuhan amid the coronavirus outbreak. On Sunday, the Chinese Air Force deployed eight cargo planes, which carried nearly 800 workers in total. Many of the workers previously helped treat the SARS outbreak.

According to reports, this is the largest non-military operation of the country’s air force since 2010.

China has confirmed more than 300 deaths from the virus while more than 130,000 are under medical observation. The city of Wuhan has been on lockdown for over a week to stop the spread of the virus.

The Huoshenshan temporary field hospital under construction is seen as it nears completion in Wuhan in central China’s Hubei Province, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2020. (Chinatopix via AP)

This came after hospital personnel in Hong Kong called out mainland China’s poor handling of the outbreak. On Saturday, the Hospital Authority Employees Alliance denounced government efforts to contain the virus and threatened to strike.

The union also said over 9,000 of its members supported participating in a five day protest. A group of officials took specific aim at Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam, who they have called on to supply more medical equipment and ban all travel into China.

“The measures outlined at news conferences by the emergency committee led by Carrie Lam about border control, school closure, science and getting protective equipment aren’t going to solve the problem. If we don’t completely close the border, any suspected cases can come from mainland China into Hong Kong. The burden on our health care system will be much more than our current system can support.”

– Winnie Yu, Hospital Authority Employees Alliance Chairwoman

In the meantime, rail connections to the mainland have been halted and Lam has not appeared willing to block all travel outright.

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