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Winter is just around the corner. Unfortunately, we must prepare for additional illnesses outside of the common cold and flu such as COVID, Monkeypox, and Smallpox. Are you prepared for it?

What medications do you need to survive?  Do you have enough prescribed medications to last a minimum of 3 month? Do you have a daily medication regiment?

Take a look at your medicine cabinet. What do you use most frequently?

Next time you are at the store, pick up some extra medications to prepare you for the next illness.  Be sure to check the expiration dates of the medications before your buy and purchase medications for your children and your pets.


Here are some suggestions. Feel free to add or remove items from the list to suit the people you are planning for.

Food Storage Purchase 

Water ~ 1 gallon per day per person

Take inventory of the medication supply.  

Extra Purchase

Purchase more medication

Request additional prescriptions from your doctor.

Family Prep

Take inventory of your pantry, Bug Out Bags, and Car kits. Add medications to them if needed.

Skills & Drills


Have a fire drill.


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Suggested Medications

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