Instructions for How to Assemble your Zombie First Aid Kit!

This cool info graphic was just sent out to HorrorNews.net. from RampPop. With The Walking Dead ramping up again, it seems like a good time to share!

Braaaaiinnnnsss!! Grab the machete, board up the doors and windows because it’s time to prepare for the brain eating and bloodthirsty zombies that will scuffle into our communities at any time completely unannounced. The undead will rise again, so it’s essential to pack your first aid kit now! Keep them handy at all times because no one knows when those nasty zombies will come a knockin’! Don’t pack your basic first aid kit either with just gauze, bandages, and creams. No Red Cross first aid kit or military first aid kit will cut it when the dead walk the earth!

To prepare for the zombie apocalypse the right way, pack the best first aid kit possible with only the finest first aid kit supplies. Don’t forget to pack a baby first aid kit that is small enough to fit in your back pocket, because you never know where you’ll be when the apocalypse strikes and the walking dead are among us. Without this you’ll be a goner for sure! Check out the zombie apocalypse first aid kit checklist infographic below if you want to live! Be sure that the first aid kit contents you have are exactly what you need to survive the zombie apocalypse and, good luck.


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