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What the Coronavirus COVID-19 Has Taught Us About Survival

I’ve always believed that the most important step in surviving a pandemic is preparation. Preparing for an emergency involves thinking through your options and how to best handle yourself during a disruption in your day-to-day routine. This post is about how you can prepare for the Coronavirus Pandemic by learning basic supplies and making smart choices about where and how you store them. Survivalists know that everyday items, even the seemingly small things can make the difference between surviving and not.

The pandemic has taught us that there are three ways to survive: Stay home and protect your family, Learn new skills and tools to help you work harder and faster, and Explore new industries and projects. In the weeks and months after the outbreak, all three of us learned that our survival skills were more important than ever.

It has taught us a lot about the reluctance to trust strangers, our fear of returning to our everyday lives, and even our fatigue from modern life. The pandemic has also shown us that with sufficient preparation and intelligence, we can overcome these challenges and remain competitive in a global economy that is increasingly relying on fast and effective ways to interact with computers, lessening the risks that we face from one another, from corporations, and from viral pathogens

We live in a society that offers several survival options. We can choose to fight the disease or participate in a quarantine. Such is the case with Coronavirus, which is spreading rapidly among humans and animals. Survival depends on who you are, where you are, and how close you are to the source material. This article will focus on how humanity can best prepare oneself for whatever may come next by considering some basic facts about viral pathogens, their prevention strategies and medical treatment.

The best way to know if you’ve survived a viral pandemic is to look at the survival checkpoints that have been set up by social media users worldwide. These checkpoints are helpful in directing people towards the information they need most. I’ve also set up my own checkpoint, using social media as an extension of my daily routine, that will show me how much time is remaining until the pandemic has been declared over.

The lockdown on public spaces has returned as health officials warn that the virus may infect those who aren’t in direct contact with those who have it. We’ve seen posters encouraging residents to stay home and others telling them to take precautions like isolating themselves from others. Yet as the anniversary of the Coronavirus passes without a confirmed death, there is one thing that has never changed: Americans are hardwired to help one another in times of need.

As the world has been plunged into a new era of global community, many people are feeling less secure about their own individual and collective situations. As a corona virus begins to spread throughout the globe, new strategies for survival have emerged. The ultimate goal of humanity is to remain alive, which means becoming resilient in the face of changing environments and threats. Crisis always brings out the best in people and organizations, so it’s vital we stay positive in order to survive this crisis

There has always been a way to put food on the table. I always knew that food would be my lifeline in a future world without electricity or running water, but I did not know what that source would be. It turns out that there are many ways to keep yourself and your loved ones alive.  Survival is not just for those who have survived the current pandemic. It is for everyone who wants to live.

The biggest lesson of the past few months is that gathering together in groups and singing survival songs is a really effective way of dealing with problems. The virus has taught us that even the most seemingly intractable problems can be solved if we work together, effectively, and with compassion for one another. Survival music gives us hope that we can find a way to survive this crisis together.

 

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Buck

What started out as a commitment to protect my family from the dangers of the world has turned into a mission to share my research with as many people as possible. Despite the ever-increasing threats of today, there are ways to keep ourselves protected. Knowledge is Power.

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