I hope you read this and get a small chuckle out of it like I did, I swear whomever runs this department in the CDC, belongs on the cover of ZOO magazine, pictured eating a banana and grinning.  The following is the actual information provided to the public by the CDC.


FOX NEWS reports ~ With all the recent news stories about nuclear weapons — and the prospect of an intentional or accidental launch — the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention plan to educate the public on safety precautions they can take if such an unlikely event occurs.

On January 16th, the CDC will hold a LIVE online briefing to the public, on what preparations have been done on the Federal, State and local levels should a nuclear device strike U.S. soil.

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CDC’s Public Health Grand Rounds Presents:

“Public Health Response to a Nuclear Detonation”
Tuesday, January 16, 2018

While a nuclear detonation is unlikely, it would have devastating results and there would be limited time to take critical protection steps. Despite the fear surrounding such an event, planning and preparation can lessen deaths and illness. For instance, most people don’t realize that sheltering in place for at least 24 hours is crucial to saving lives and reducing exposure to radiation. While federal, state, and local agencies will lead the immediate response efforts, public health will play a key role in responding.

Join us for this session of Grand Rounds to learn what public health programs have done on a federal, state, and local level to prepare for a nuclear detonation. Learn how planning and preparation efforts for a nuclear detonation are similar and different from other emergency response planning efforts.

The CDC is doing their job and what other nations have very recently done, inform their people of the necessary steps should the all mighty NUKES strike on their soils.

If a nuclear detonation were to occur, and you somehow avoided the searing bright flash, crushing blast wave, and incendiary fireball, then you should probably know what you need to do to survive the fallout.

Let’s cover what the CDC already provides and tells the public, should you survive such a scenario:

1 – A nuclear power plant accident, a nuclear explosion or a dirty bomb are examples of radiation emergencies. If something like this happens, you may be asked to get inside a building and take shelter for a period of time instead of leaving. The walls of your home can block much of the harmful radiation. Because radioactive materials become weaker over time, staying inside for at least 24 hours can protect you and your family until it is safe to leave the area. Getting inside of a building and staying there is called “sheltering in place.”  Now that you have entered a “safe” shelter, you should immediately strip and quarantine your clothes, then shower.  Next ensure you have closed off any access to air from outside, you don’t want that nasty fallout to blow freely into your shelter!  EASY, right?  Imagine a stranger running into your safe shelter and stripping…LOL

2 – People should take KI (potassium iodide) only on the advice of public health or emergency management officials. There are health risks associated with taking KI. Hmm, which brainiac came up with this intel?  Nuke hits = EMP which means a lot of people will have 0 electricity and access to “Emergency Broadcast System”.   Food for thought!

3 – STAY inside.  (Better hope wherever you took shelter has access to water and food and the gear you will need to survive after the danger of the fallout has passed.)

The 3 steps that the CDC says will help your chances of surviving, Get Inside-Stay Inside-Stay Tuned.

Thank you US Government!  Whew, I feel a lot better about our chances should a nuke go off and people dive under their desks, as we were taught when we were in school!

Other nations have prepared Emergency Nuke kits to give to their people while others have actually created underground fallout shelters for mass amounts of people.

Now I am not saying that a nuke is headed our way and kiss your butt goodbye, I am saying take a few minutes to research and get educated on how to actually save yourself and your loved ones should such a horrific event take place.

Counting on the US Government to come save you, well, best of luck on that!

Chris “Badger” Thomas is a Veteran who served our country as an Army Combat Medic.

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