Viral Pandemics – Thoughts and Preps- Part II

Your Personal Pandemic PPE Kit

In the first part of this series, I mentioned how I came to dislike the majority of Ebola PPE Kit offerings. I decided that building your own kit seems more reasonable. Below is a list of items you should have on hand, and some links to examples on Amazon. Study the items, read reviews, compare prices. After the list are some thoughts on why certain items are on it.

Quantities reflect possible usage rates per

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Viral Pandemics - Thoughts and Preps- Part I

A Little Perspective

Viral Pandemics are rare and of little threat. “What?! How can you SAY that!” Well, it’s true. Depending on sources, the Ebola deaths in Africa number between 4,000 and 10,000 from March to October of this year. Keep in mind, the response to the outbreak was slowed for the first three months, giving the bug free reign to kill at will. This year, in the US alone, 90,000+ people will die just from mistakes made by medical

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Ebola Virus as a Terrorist Weapon in the United States

First off – I must share that I am not a medical professional, and certainly not a bio-warfare expert. That said, I do draw from personal relationships with current and past war-fighters, medical professionals, historians, and other individuals with their hands in related areas of study. From these, and my own war-gaming and study, I think I might at least approximate some of the thinking or planning going on in the fevered heads of our jihadi enemies. What I want

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Ebola Transmission Possibly Airborne

POTRBlog has been publishing information regarding possible Ebola transmission via an airborne route. I was asked to supply some supporting information when I sent a Tweet about that. In response, I dug up some of POTR’s source info and did some digging of my own.

Here are some noteworthy articles for your reading.

University of Minnesota – Health Workers Needs Optimal Respiratory Protection for Ebola

This article discusses how the means for determining the tranmissibility of filoviruses may be based

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