What Are 20 Items In A Emergency Kit

  1. Water: At least one gallon of water per person per day for at least three days, stored in airtight containers.

  2. Food: At least three days’ supply of non-perishable food, such as canned goods, dried fruits, and granola bars.

  3. First aid kit: A first aid kit containing bandages, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, and other basic medical supplies.

  4. Flashlight: A flashlight with spare batteries for each person.

  5. Radio: A battery-powered radio for listening to emergency broadcasts.

  6. Cell phone: A fully charged cell phone with a charger and any extension batteries.

  7. Cash: Some cash or small denomination money in case of power outages.

  8. Whistle: A whistle to signal for help.

  9. Matches or lighter: A waterproof matches and/or a lighter to start a fire.

  10. Multi-tool: A multi-tool with pliers, a knife, a screwdriver, and other essential tools.

  11. Duct tape: Duct tape can be used for a variety of repairs.

  12. Scissors: Scissors can be used to cut tape, bandages, and other materials.

  13. Soap and hand sanitizer: Soap and hand sanitizer to maintain hygiene and prevent the spread of germs.

  14. Clothing and rain gear: A change of clothing for each person and a waterproof jacket or poncho in case of rain.

  15. Blankets or sleeping bags: Blankets or sleeping bags to keep warm in case of an emergency.

  16. Garbage bags: Garbage bags can be used for a variety of purposes, such as storing food or clothing, or as an emergency poncho.

  17. Paper and pencil: Paper and pencil for taking notes or leaving messages.

  18. Map of the area: A map of the area so you can find your way around in case of an emergency.

  19. Pet supplies: If you have pets, a supply of food, water, and any medications they may need.

  20. Prescription medications: A supply of any prescription medications you or your family members take, along with a list of the dosages and any special instructions.

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