The apocalypse is upon us, and as we have seen from the previous two years, the zombie apocalypse is more than just a threat to life on earth.
The world is in chaos, with an increasing number of people unable to afford to buy essentials, and a rise in violent crime.
A study released in February revealed that the U.S. had surpassed its peak of crime in 2012 and has now surpassed China for the second year running.
This was due to a large increase in the number of killings and shootings in the United States.
What to Do If You Are Hostile to the Zombie: The Basics In addition to the obvious factors like high crime, poverty and lack of health care, the Zombie Outbreak is also linked to a multitude of other issues that need to be addressed.
Here are a few tips to help protect yourself and your loved ones from the zombie attack: Stay away from crowded areas like airports, malls, shopping centers, sporting events, shopping malls, theaters and festivals.
Avoid walking alone at night.
This is especially true if you’re traveling with children.
Avoid outdoor activities, such as camping, hiking, swimming and even playing with your kids.
Even though it is not as common, there is a very real risk of getting bitten by a zombie.
Get out of the city and keep moving.
If you can, avoid going to the mall and staying at home.
It is unlikely you will be able to leave the city in the near future.
Do not leave your car unattended at night or in a busy area.
Stay away from windows and doors and make sure that you leave the vehicle alone.
Keep your cell phone in your pocket and close it when not in use.
It’s possible a zombie will find your phone and use it to get a hold of your cell signal and/or steal it.
When you’re ready to leave, call 911 and have your loved one wait for you.
It is very important to leave your phone at home, as the zombies can use it for all kinds of things.
If you can’t reach your loved or family members, don’t go to the hospital.
Call your local police department, fire department, emergency medical services (EMS) or other medical professionals, or you can contact your county or state health department.
If necessary, contact the National Zombie Hotline at 1-800-ZOMBIE.
Make sure you have the latest technology to protect yourself from zombies and to get your loved and family members away from you.
Keep a safe distance and don’t take too many pictures or videos of zombies.
This will make it harder for them to track you down and track your loved.
Stay at home and make noise.
If a zombie is close enough, it could easily become a distraction.
If possible, stay away from your windows, doors and windowsill and try to leave as little noise as possible.
The following are some tips to stay safe and avoid getting bitten while out in the zombie-infested areas of the U-S: Keep in touch with your loved/family members, and keep an eye out for signs of a zombie attack.
Never leave a vehicle unattended.
If there is any chance a zombie might get close, get out of your vehicle and immediately get out.
Be aware that you may be bitten if you get too close.
Watch for signs that a zombie may be hiding and/and avoid being in the area until it is safe to do so.
Don’t try to escape the zombies from a building.
Stay inside the building and be aware of all doors and other doors that may be open.
Wear life jackets.
If zombies are nearby, they could try to use the building as a shelter.
You should always wear eye protection when out in public and keep your keys inside your pocket.
Be careful not to be bitten or get sick.
Do not leave food or water at the door.
Keep your hands and hands alone when in public.
Have a plan for when you are leaving.
Stay as far away from the area as possible, but do not leave behind any personal items.
Follow local laws.
If your loved is not in your vicinity, it is important that you follow all local laws and regulations.
The following states and localities have zombie-related ordinances: California: California has a strict law on zombies and is taking the threat seriously.
Florida: Florida is the only state in the U, and is also taking the threats seriously.
Ohio: Ohio has laws on zombies as well.
Massachusetts: The Massachusetts state government has a zombie-like ordinance that is very strict.
New Jersey: New Jersey has a Zombie Apocalypse Ordinance that is being enforced.
Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania has a law on Zombies and is doing its part to keep its citizens safe.
South Carolina: South Carolina has a ZOMBIES Ordinance