Saturday, October 11, 2014

How To Survive If Ebola Goes Airborne

This prepper claims there is a way to protect yourself from the Ebola virus, should it go airborne, using nothing more than a wet-dry vac and a HEPA filter. While we have no idea whether or not the method described would work, we found the article compelling enough to share...

(Backdoor Survival) If, indeed, Ebola (or any other virus) is airborne (spread through the air/breathing), isolation is the only true protection. Difficult choices will have to be made by anyone in an area which is infected. Once it has been decided to stay home from work until the pandemic passes from the community, protecting the home will be the next step.

Having stored food, water, and other living essentials already at home may prove to be a life saver. Imagine taking your vacation leave in order to protect your family, only to catch the virus while standing at the checkout counter of the grocery store?

In neighborhoods with confirmed cases of infection, filtering your air might be the only thing that prevents you from acquiring the virus.

In my book, Emergency Air for Shelter-In-Place Preppers and Home-Built Bunkers, I detail how to take a regular wet/dry vac along with a HEPA filter and convert them into an air filter for the home/shelter/bunker.

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Posted By: Chris Carmouche