A blog post by Assistant Surgeon General Ali Khan instructs readers to stock up on food and water, not to mention first aid supplies (“Although you’re a goner if a zombie bites you, you can use these supplies to treat basic cuts and lacerations that you might get during a tornado or hurricane,” the agency says).
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, known best for stamping out health threats like Ebola and E. coli, is now advising people how to prepare for a zombie invasion.
From the WSJ Health Blog
Whenever we do this sort of thing, it's always "What if we lose power?" or "What if there is a really heavy snow?"
I say, "What if flesh-eating zombies attack, and they are looking for a side order of social science datasets?"