BEST EFFORT HOME SURVIVAL WITH A VERY SMALL BUDGET.
In this case this becomes a best effort when there is nothing else. Modern equipment would be best if available. As our work is involved in countries where people do not have the option of a budget... this can still provide some protection in an emergency situation.
BEST EFFORT HOME SUPPLIES WITH LITTLE OR NO BUDGET...
> Some kind of plastic suits... or materials to make a suit. ... Maybe a sports sweat suit... A rain suit or
Something you make out of a 40 gal garbage bag,
> Exam gloves... Bags can be used for gloves of feet covers
> Heavy rubber gloves ...size that fit you and your family..... To be worn over the top of the exam -
> rubber boots that fit you and your family
goggles or make the face shield as seen in the above video.
> Rubber aprons - You can use a Trash bag. This can go over the rain suit or sweat suit.
> Heavy rubber gloves that will go over the exam gloves...
> several rolls of Duct tape (duct tape is needed to secure the glove and for other modifications).
> A sprayers (garden sprayer okay. Square lever pump work better than round sprayers with a pump on top.
> Buckets or bedside commodes (many patients have cholera--like diarrhea)
> Wide shallow basins to be used as foot baths
> several ...approx. 40--gallon plastic trash cans to mix chlorine solution and soak aprons, scrubs, and boots.
> Several gallons of Chorine.
A Supply of food... The more the better... Gator Aid and juices will be needed... A large supply of drinking water. Think about how you will cook and what does it take to avoid trips to get supplies.
Have a plan to isolate family members from others if they become sick... and a way to protect you with the above protection. Consider that this can be airborne...and avoid mosquitos. Isolate at least 10 feet from one another and if possible in another room... Think about the ventilation so that the air does not flow in the direction of non-infected family members.
Know your area resources...The more back up plans and the more knowledge the better...
Be ready for the long haul....If you find things getting out of control you will need to stay in quarantine for some times.. Plan and prepare for the longest stay possible... This could be one month or more...
With all of this come security and safety concerns...Ways for supplies to arrive in a safe manner. A way to leave the house and stay safe....
THINKING OUTSIDE OF THE BOX
Always wash your hands. Avoid close contacts with others... Touch as little as possible in your travel...
Decontaminate as you arrive back home...
USE MURPHYS LAW... WHAT CAN GO WRONG WILL GO WRONG.... This will help you to be extra careful.