First Aid Global Warns People to Prepare for Mobility Restrictions during Federal Emergencies as per Article Written by Denise Brehm, Civil and Environmental Engineer
Los Angeles, CA, Sep 26, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
In a Science News article from July 30th, 2013 entitled "Controlling Contagion by Restricting Mobility: In the Face of an Epidemic, Even Moderate Travel Restrictions Would Slow Contagion", writer Denise Brehm concludes that in an epidemic or a bioterrorist attack, the response of government officials could range from a drastic restriction of mobility - imposed isolation or total lockdown of a city - to moderate travel restrictions in some areas or simple suggestions that people remain at home.
"In an effort to slow or contain a deadly contagion from spreading throughout America, the government would block not only air travel, but roads with travel restrictions, leaving people to fend for themselves in their homes and neighborhoods," says, Mr. West, owner of First Aid Global. "By the time the government would officially break the news of a Pandemic, it would already be too late to prepare."
First Aid Global, a Southern California safety company, has been on the cutting-edge of Survival Preparedness for over 16 years. They have since added two other websites - ContagionSurvival.com to cover their line of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Escape Hoods and Respirators, and PowerSurvival.com to cover their line of efficient Solar Generators.
The company's owner has even placed their products on Amazon to market to a wider audience and prove their low prices.
"We recently sold more than 1000 Smoke Escape Hoods to companies in the Middle East," Mr. West continues. "Obviously there are threats of both MERS virus as well as chemical agents in the region, but just because we Americans have no current threats doesn't mean we shouldn't be getting our own houses in order. You can start with a Pandemic Quick Kit for under ten dollars and a Smoke Escape Hood for around thirty."
For more information, visit First Aid Global and their affiliate websites.
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