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Straight to the Point Video Commentary

From Survivalist, Prepper, and International Consultant,

Ryan Huddleston

– Exactly what Coronavirus is and isn’t, and how to prevent contamination

– The undertones of what may be happening in society and the media

– Basic and in-depth Survival Techniques and Methods for a pandemic

– How to establish a plan for you and your family to Survive and Thrive




Skip the video and read it instead

An essay on how to Survive Coronavirus 


Self-Quarantined Micro Communities Plan

A simple design for

restoring healthy communities

and quick economic recovery


Perma Image.1What’s Permaculture?

The development of small agricultural ecosystems and capturing natural energy, intended to be sustainable and self-suffecient.

Why do I need it?

Live a longer and healthier life, and save time and money forever. Reduce your waste output, and learn to reuse and repurpose valuable resources.

San Diego County Helpful Links…

San Diego County CoronaVirus Info

San Diego County Pandemic Preparedness

San Diego County CoronaVirus Status

Other Helpful Links…

CDC Guidance for Businesses and Employers

OSHA Overview

Other Resources…

County of San Diego, Consumer Version: COVID-19 Response

Preventive Measures

• Washing your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds -if soap and water are not available, use at least a 60 percent alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

• Avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth (especially with unwashed hands).

• Cleaning and disinfecting frequently touched objects and surfaces.

• Avoiding close contact with people who are sick.

• If you are sick, stay home and keep your distance from others to protect them from getting sick too.

• Covering your cough and sneeze, with a tissue if possible, then throwing the tissue in the trash and washing your hands.

• Practicing other good health habits. Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids and eat nutritious food.

• Being prepared and informed.

County of San Diego, Consumer Version: COVID-19 Response

Public Preparedness

• Store a two-week supply of food, beverages, and water, including food for family pets. Ensure an adequate supply of prescribed and routine medications are on hand.

• Plan ways to care for those who are at greater risk for serious complications and who will take care of sick family members.

• If you have family members with increased risk of getting seriously sick, check with your medical providers about symptoms and treatment.

• Create an emergency contact list of family and friends, teachers and employers.

• Have a plan in case your school, childcare, or employer closes temporarily.

• Talk with your children, family, and friends about what to do if an outbreak occurs and what each person would need.

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