50 kg of rice, a huge supply of grain products and dozens of bottles of hand sanitizer: in the VERY full storage cupboard of a mother as she accumulates due to the spread of the corona virus
- A mother of a zombie apocalypse film has prepared for an outbreak
- She has melted jewelry in case her family has to trade it in for food
- The family of six has also started a fish farm program in their living room
A mother who has prepared for the corona virus to cause economic collapse maintains that she is not paranoid, despite the melting of jewelry to trade for food, eat fish, and stockpile weapons in the event of a global pandemic.
The woman, who wanted to remain anonymous, is a self-proclaimed zombie apocalypse film fan from Scenic Rim in southeast Queensland and has enough food and medicine to last a year.
Despite the fact that there are five pantries full of rice with 50 kg of rice and lentils, boxes of breakfast cereals and bottles of hand sanitizer, the mother of four said she doesn’t think the coronavirus will be ‘really bad’, but believes you will never be too safe ‘ .
The family has five pantries full of 50 kg of rice and lentils, boxes of breakfast cereals and bottles of hand sanitizer
“We went a little further,” she said news.com.au, with details about its new collection of water filters, camping gear, vegetable seeds, dog food, weapons and a surplus of paracetamol, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs.
The 32-year-old said she initially started hoarding drugs for her son who uses ADHD drugs produced in China.
She fears that if the Chinese borders are not reopened soon, her son will be without medication.
“If it ever went bad, medicine would be something to trade for, perhaps, food or something else. Asthma puffers, we smashed them in, because let’s face it, half of Australia has asthma.
The 32-year-old said she initially started hoarding drugs for her son who uses drugs for ADHD made in China
The family started a fish farm program in three large tanks in their living room
‘We have about 15 bags of tobacco so far. It is not much, but it can still be exchanged for food if needed. Smokers, as crazy as they are, still want to smoke. ”
She has also melted silver and gold jewelry in case an exchange system becomes the new standard and the family needs something valuable to trade.
The family has also begun investigating survival skills and natural healing methods, and her husband teaches blacksmith in case metal forging becomes a coveted skill in a post-apocalyptic world.
Together with a fish farm program in three large tanks in their living room, the family has a complete survival plan in case the corona virus gets out of hand in Australia.
A Chinese couple are wearing plastic jackets and protective masks while shopping in a supermarket amid fear of corona virus
Although the woman admitted that it is possible that the precautions are not necessary, she said that all the items they have collected can still be used.
There have been 22 coronavirus cases in Australia.
Ten people have recovered and the others are in a stable state.
Meanwhile, 266 people who arrived on a flight from Wuhan on February 9, traveled to Darwin on Monday after 14 days of isolation.
Nothing tested positive for the disease.
Australia has banned travel for Chinese passengers, but has eased the rules for students aged 11 and 12, apart from anyone staying in Hubei Province, the epicenter of the virus outbreak.
There were 80,352 cases worldwide and 2,707 deaths.
AUSTRALIA WITH THE CORONAVIRUS
NEW SOUTH WALES: 4
- Three men, 43, 53 and 35 years old who had recently traveled to China, have confirmed that they have contracted the disease.
- Two flew in from Wuhan, while the other arrived in Sydney from Shenzhen, South China.
- They were treated isolated at Westmead Hospital
- A 21-year-old woman is identified as the fourth person who tested positive for the disease in NSW.
- The woman, a student at UNSW, flew on flight MU749 to Sydney International Airport on January 23 and presented 24 hours later to the emergency department after developing flu-like symptoms.
- A Chinese citizen aged fifty will be the first confirmed case of the corona virus in Australia.
- The man flew from Wuhan via Guangzhou to Melbourne on January 19 on the Southern Southern flight CZ321.
- He was quarantined at the Monash Hospital in Clayton in the east of Melbourne.
- A Victorian man in his sixties is diagnosed with the corona virus.
- He became unwell on January 23 – two days after his return from the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak.
- The man was confirmed as positive on January 29 and was subsequently seen by doctors at the Monash Medical Center.
- A woman in her forties has a corona virus.
- She was visiting from China and mainly spent time with her family.
- She is being treated at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.
- A woman in her twenties in Melbourne appears to have the virus
- Two passengers left positively from the Diamond Princess cruise ship test
QUEEN COUNTRY: 8
- Queensland confirms its first case after the virus was diagnosed with a 44-year-old Chinese national. He is being treated at the Gold Coast University Hospital.
- A 42-year-old Chinese woman who traveled in the same Wuhan travel group as the 44-year-old man tested positive. She is in stable condition at the Gold Coast University Hospital.
- The corona virus has been diagnosed in an eight-year-old boy. He also comes from the travel group where the other Queensland cases came from
- The case was found in a 37-year-old man who was a member of a group of nine Chinese tourists in quarantine on the Gold Coast
- A 37-year-old woman was diagnosed with the corona virus of the same travel group that flew from Melbourne to Queensland on January 27
- Two Queensland women, 54 and 55 years old, tested positive for COVID-19 and are flown to Brisbane for further treatment.
- A 57-year-old woman from Queensland also tests positive for the virus
SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 3
- A Chinese couple in their 60s who arrived in Adelaide from Wuhan to visit relatives have been confirmed to have a corona virus.
- A 24-year-old woman from South Australia has been transferred to Royal Adelaide Hospital
WESTERN AUSTRALIA: 1
- A 78-year-old man from Western Australia was transferred to Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Perth
- From 15 February, 47 Australians will belong to 219 confirmed cases of the corona virus contracted aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship in Yokohama.
- Two more Australians on board tested positive after being evacuated to Darwin on February 22