Reviews Coronavirus Books, Movies and Documentaries

Preppers Survival Guide Reviews The Best Coronavirus Books and Coronavirus Related Movies

Coronavirus Survival Books, Movies and Documentaries

Preparation and Planning are key to an Emergency if the SHTF during a Coronavirus Survival Situation. What better way to be prepared is reading Coronavirus Books and watching Coronavirus Movies and Documentaries – before the SHTF and it’s too late.

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Preppers Survival Guide Reviews The Best Coronavirus Survival Books Related to the Coronavirus

Prepping for a Pandemic

Prepping for a Pandemic

– by Cat Ellis

New pandemics hop around the globe every year. In 2009–2010, it was H1N1 that spread uncontrollably, infecting over 60 million people around the globe. In 2014, Ebola virus claimed 11,325 lives with just 28,652 cases, a stunning 40% mortality rate. In 2020, COVID-19 (a highly transmissible coronavirus with a mortality rate equivalent to Spanish Flu) jumped from Wuhan, China, to a world-wide pandemic, causing economic panic and an uncontrolled global outbreak, all despite the best efforts of governments and health organizations. So, what will happen when a pathogen as easily transmitted as H1N1 or coronavirus and as deadly as Ebola enters a population somewhere, anywhere, in the world?
Coronavirus Questions Answered for Kids

Coronavirus Questions Answered for Kids

– by Adriana Morales

Kids have lots of questions about what is the Coronavirus COVID-19. With this book you will help them solve their concerns and get some peace of mind. In this friendly picture book they will learn how to keep safe and what to do to be healthy.
Surviving The End

Surviving The End

– by James Jay Carafano

Surviving the End: A Practical Guide for Everyday Americans in the Age of Terror.

Bioterrorism. Dirty bombs. Electromagnetic pulse attacks. Threats with the power to annihilate our way of life constantly hang over Americans’ heads. But you don’t have to dig yourself a bunker to make it through the worst.
SAS Survival Handbook

SAS Survival Handbook

– by John Wiseman

The ultimate guide to surviving anywhere, now updated with more than 100 pages of additional material, including a new chapter on urban survival.

“A classic outdoor manual [that] addresses every conceivable disaster scenario. Don’t leave home without it” – Outside Magazine.
Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Survival Manual

Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Survival Manual

– by Dick Captain USN (retired) Couch

Experts agree that the next terrorist attack on our soil will not come in the same form as September 11. The possibility of nuclear, chemical or biological attack is increasingly likely. The U.S. Armed Forces Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Counter-Terrorism Handbook will enable its readers to survive such an attack. It contains the best practices of the United States’ military, completely edited and adapted for civilian use.
Long-Term-Survival Guide

Prepper’s Long-Term-Survival Guide

– Jim Cobb

The preparation you make for a hurricane, earthquake or other short-term disaster will not keep you alive in the event of widespread social collapse caused by pandemic, failure of the grid or other long-term crises. Government pamphlets and other prepping books tell you how to hold out through an emergency until services are restored.
The Prepper's Pocket Guide

The Prepper’s Pocket Guide

– Bernie Carr

From California earthquakes and Rocky Mountain wildfires to Midwest floods and Atlantic hurricanes, you can’t escape that inevitable day when catastrophe strikes your home town – but you can be prepared! Offering a simple DIY approach, this book breaks down the vital steps you should take into 101 quick, smart and inexpensive projects.

Preppers Survival Guide Reviews The Best Fiction Books Related to the Coronavirus

Comic Infected

Comic Infected

– by The European Union – FREE DOWNLOAD

Ms. Chan Wenling and her friend-from-the-future are engaged in an exciting adventure to convince people to act together and save the world. While the story may be fictional, it is nevertheless intertwined with some factual information.
The Stand

The Stand

– by Stephen King

The Stand is a post-apocalyptic dark fantasy novel. The plot centers on a pandemic of a weaponized strain of influenza that kills almost the entire world population. The few survivors, united in groups, establish a new social system and engage in confrontation with each other. In writing the book, King sought to create an epic in the spirit of The Lord of the Rings that was set in contemporary America. The book was difficult for King to write because of the large number of characters and storylines. In 1990, The Stand was reprinted as a “Complete and Uncut” edition. King restored some fragments of texts that were initially reduced, revised the order of the chapters, shifted the novel’s setting from 1980 to ten years forward, and accordingly corrected a number of cultural references.
End of Days

End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies About the End of the World

– by Sylvia Browne

“In around 2020 a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread through the globe, attacking the lungs and bronchial tubes and resisting all know treatments. Almost more baffling than the illness itself will be the fact that it will suddenly vanish as quickly as it arrived, attack again ten years later, then disappear completely.” – Sound familiar?

In End of Days, Browne tackles the most daunting of subjects with her trademark clarity, wisdom, and serenity, answering such difficult questions as: What’s coming in the next fifty years? What do the great prophecies of Nostradamus and the Book of Revelation mean? If the world is really going to end, what will unfold in our final hours?
The Eyes of Darkness

The Eyes of Darkness

– by Dean Koontz

Tina Evans has spent a year suffering from incredible heartache since her son Danny’s tragic death. But now, with her Vegas show about to premiere, Tina can think of no better time for a fresh start. Maybe she can finally move on and put her grief behind her. Only there is a message for Tina, scrawled on the chalkboard in Danny’s room: NOT DEAD. Two words that send her on a terrifying journey from the bright lights of Las Vegas to the cold shadows of the High Sierras, where she uncovers a terrible secret.

This 1981 fiction book describes a killer virus called “Wuhan-400”, which was developed in Bioweapons Lab in Wuhan, China!

Preppers Survival Guide Reviews The Best Movies and Documentaries Related to the Coronavirus

Outbreak

Outbreak (1995)

– by Wolfgang Petersen

This 1995 Medical Disaster Film focuses on an outbreak of a fictional Ebola-like Motaba virus, in Zaire, Africa and later in a small town in the United States. Outbreak’s plot speculates how far military and civilian agencies might go to contain the spread of a deadly, contagious disease. Starring Dustin Hoffman, Rene Russo, Morgan Freeman and Donald Sutherland, and co-stars Cuba Gooding Jr., Kevin Spacey and Patrick Dempsey. Directed by Wolfgang Petersen and based on Richard Preston’s nonfiction book The Hot Zone.
The Coming Pandemic

The Coming Pandemic (2005)

– by Ross Coulthart

It’s the disease the world had been fearing. No country is prepared. Scientists now believe it’s only a matter of time before another major epidemic kills millions. The most likely source is a mutation of the influenza virus, killing birds and humans across Asia. But what would happen if such a virus struck? Can anything be done to prepare?
Contagion

Contagion (2011)

– by Steven Soderbergh

“Contagion” follows the rapid progress of a lethal airborne virus that kills within days. As the fast-moving epidemic grows, the worldwide medical community races to find a cure and control the panic that spreads faster than the virus itself. At the same time, ordinary people struggle to survive in a society coming apart.
Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague

Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague (2010)

– by Jefferson Lewis

Patient Zero is a stewardess, stricken by what she thinks is chickenpox. She goes to ground in a Montreal hotel room. A few weeks later, she’s back on the job, unaware of her role in an impending public health catastrophe. Pandemics have killed more people throughout history than all wars combined. They are unpredictable - and inevitable. Are we ready for the next big one? “Outbreak: Anatomy of a Plague” juxtaposes a 21st century scenario against the little-known story of the 1885 smallpox epidemic that devastated Montreal. Combining brisk narrative with rigorous research, it vividly evokes a modern city under siege, drawing eerie parallels with 1885. Confronted with social unrest, ethnic scapegoating and economic ruin, authorities struggle to maintain control – and contain a deadly infection.

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