The Novel Coronavirus that erupted in 2019 (NCOV19) is quickly reminding us how important basic preparation can be. Within the last few weeks, we've seen hundreds of deaths, tens of thousands of cases emerge, and millions in quarantine.
But quarantine is more than just putting a community on lock-down. Or an entire city. Or a country. As details emerge about this virus and the economic and social impacts start to take their toll, many of us will need to rethink our preps. We'll need to rethink the importance of sanitation and food storage. And we'll need to rethink the way we acquire goods, services, and safety.
Most importantly, we'll need to rethink how we can keep our families safe and healthy.