Since the COVID-19 coronavirus is increasing in number worldwide every day, it never hurts to be well prepared. While you should always follow generally recommended safety practices, e.g. For example, to avoid large crowds, remember not to touch your face afterwards and wash your hands thoroughly, there are still a few things you should keep at home just in case things get really bad Spread of the corona virus.
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GENTLER, FORWARD FACING SECOND NOZZLE, GREAT FOR FEMININE USE – Dual nozzles for rear and frontal wash. The feminine nozzle keeps you clean during monthly cycles and comes in handy for new or expecting mothers.
HYGIENIC NOZZLE GUARD GATE – Shields the nozzle for your ultimate sanitary experience. The nozzle automatically retracts behind the guard gate after each wash to ensure it is protected until your next use.
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Another must have item for your household. This 60 serving pack is delicious freeze dried food, it has a shelf life of 25 years! You could buy it once and in ten years if there was a food supply shortage in your town, you'd be covered!$189.99
Don't wait til water stops flowing! These sterile and stackable water holding bricks are the perfect way to neatly keep a steady supply of fresh drinking water.coronavirus never hurts to be well prepared
In the rare event that you lose power, you'll want some solar panels to power your bare essentials, like keeping flashlights charged up, your phone charged, portable fans/heaters, etc.
$249.99 The Jackery portable power station is the perfect portable generator to keep your essentials charged up and running. It can also be recharged using solar panels, so you can keep it going while being completely off-grid.
$17.47 In case your supply of fresh water runs out, the Lifestraw will allow you safely drink water from just about any water source you can find, no matter how stagnant or bacteria infested the water may be, it'll filter out 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria and parasites. coronavirus never hurts to be well prepared
$6.99 This is just an absolute essential. Thoroughly washing your hands with soap and water is one of the most effective ways you can protect yourself against the coronavirus, and remembering to not touch your face. coronavirus never hurts to be well prepared.
Start a garden in your backyard with these variety pack of 15,000 non-gmo heirloom vegetable seeds. It includes everything from beans to broccoli to carrots and onions.
Soylent are liquid meals that provide 400 calories and every nutrient you'd want in a square meal. They have a long shelf life, they don't need to be refrigerated, and they come in a variety of flavors. Another good option for your backup food supply.
While washing your hands thoroughly with soap and water is the most effective means of disinfecting yourself and protecting against the coronavirus, when you're in a pinch these Defense soap body wipes are a really solid backup option. Remember to not touch your face!
With hospitals worldwide being potentially overrun, it doesn't hurt to have some basic knowledge of first aid in case you need to take care of things on your own. The book covers the golden rules of first response, important first aid items you need, how to diagnose maladies and injuries, and more!
$7.95 Another solid idea is filling up one of your bath tubs with water, and then using it for showering, and drinking - but you'll need to purify the water! In the event you can't purify it by boiling it, these water purification tablets are a great substitute to get safe drinking water. coronavirus never hurts to be well prepared.