What to pack in case of an outbreak of war

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Water - Clean drinking water is essential for survival. Make sure to have one gallon (three liters) per person per day for several days, both for drinking and sanitation.

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Food - As food in your freezer and fridge will spoil, it's important to have non-perishable, easy-to-prepare items stored away. This includes grains and canned goods.

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Cash and change - In case ATMs and digital payments aren't available, always have some cash and change with you.

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Sleeping bag - Sleeping bags are an essential piece of survival gear, as they help regulate your body temperature. Plus, they keep you comfortable and dry.

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Sanitation and personal hygiene products - These include feminine supplies, soap, toilet paper, toothpaste, and hand sanitizer.

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Disposable items - As there can be a lack of water, and you won't be able to do the dishes, stock up on paper cups and plates and disposable utensils.

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Power bank - You can't trust that the power socket will work, so it's best to have a power bank packed.

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Flashlight - A flashlight is an essential light source when the power goes out. Also, if you're lost or in distress, you can use the flashlight to signal for help.

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Masks - Masks, such as N95 or surgical masks, are important, as they can help filter contaminated air.

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Emergency whistle - Pack an emergency whistle, as it can help you signal for help and attract rescue personnel to your location.

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List with important contact details - Make sure you have a printed or handwritten list with family and emergency contact information.

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Baby supplies - If you have a baby or toddler, make sure to pack bottles, formula, baby food, and diapers.

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Pet supplies - You don't want to leave your furry friend behind. Don't forget to pack their collar, leash, ID, carrier, bowls, and food.

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