The Ultimate Ebola Preparedness Kit

Ebola Preparedness Supplies Kit

The Ultimate Ebola Preparedness Kit


How To Protect Yourself During an Ebola Outbreak

Chapter 1. Respirators / Masks

Respirators are available in a wide variety of options from cheap and disposable to reusable with replaceable filters. Respirators serve a few purposes:

1) Prevent transmission to you — Splash protection (bodily fluids, vomit, etc) and protection from infectious liquid droplets (coughing, sneezing, etc).

2) Prevent transmission from you to someone else

3) Reminder not to touch your face in case you’ve touched any surfaces that may be contaminated

Section 1. Disposable Respirators

Name Protection Level Price Where To Buy
3M N95 (120-Pack) Good
3M N95 w/ Valve (10-Pack) Good
0 In Stock
✔︎ Moldex N99 (10-Pack) Very Good
0 In Stock
3M N100 (Single) Excellent
$90.00 In Stock


Section 2. Half Facepiece Respirators

Name Protection Level Price Where To Buy
3M 6502QL (Single) Excellent
$44.00 In Stock
✔︎ 3M 7500 Excellent
$64.98 In Stock
3M Tekk Excellent
$49.95 In Stock


Section 3. Full Facepiece Respirators

Name Protection Level Price Where To Buy
3M 7000 Excellent
$327.00 In Stock
✔︎ 3M Ultimate FX Excellent
$214.00 In Stock
3M 7162 Excellent
$219.99 In Stock
3M 6800 Excellent
$175.95 In Stock


Chapter 2. Gloves

Nitrile gloves are resistant to oil, fuel, chemicals, viruses, and blood borne pathogens. They’re also 3x more puncture resistant than rubber gloves.

Name Thickness Price Where To Buy
High Five Cobalt Nitrile (100-Count) 4mm
$6.51 In Stock
Dynarex Nitrile Heavy Duty (100-Count) 4mm
$15.95 In Stock
SafeTouch Nitrile (100-Count) 4mm
$11.92 In Stock
✔︎ Liberty Nitrile Industrial (100-Count) 6mm
$10.97 In Stock


Chapter 3. Goggles

Goggles will protect the area surrounding the eyes to prevent particles, chemicals, and airborne infectious droplets from striking your eyes.

Name Protection Level Price Where To Buy
Neiko 53875B Excellent
$13.75 In Stock
3M Tekk Excellent
$12.00 In Stock
DEWALT DPG82-11C Excellent
✔︎ Uvex S3970DF Stealth Excellent
$28.99 In Stock


Chapter 4. Suits

Tyvek is a very strong, impermeable synthetic material that is difficult to tear. Coveralls are used in some light hazmat applications but do not provide the protection of a full hazmat suit. These probably don’t need to be at the top of your list unless you’re planning on treating an Ebola patient or venturing into a highly infected area.

Name Protection Level Price Where To Buy
DuPont Tyvek TY122S Good
0 In Stock
✔︎ Lakeland ChemMax Level B Very Good
0 In Stock
DuPont TK600TLY Level A Excellent
$6,999.99 In Stock


Chapter 5. Sanitization

Sanitizers are tremendously effective in preventing the spread of disease. WHO recommends a 1:10 ratio of bleach to water for treating contaminated surfaces. Bleach can also be used to treat drinking water at a ratio of 8 drops of bleach to 1 gallon of water.

Name Price Where To Buy
✔︎ Purell Pump Bottle, Original, 8 Ounce (Pack of 12)
0 In Stock
Clorox Concentrated (8-Pack)
$40.71 In Stock
Isopropyl Alcohol Handy Wipe (50-Count)
$21.95 In Stock
✔︎ Ultra Clorox Germicidal Bleach (6-Count)
0 In Stock
Clorox 30577 Healthcare Bleach Germicidal Wipe (150-Count)
$24.98 In Stock
Clorox Disinfecting Wipes (225-Count)


Chapter 6. Medicine

Treating diarrhea, dehydration, and infection are at the top of the list of standard care while treating Ebola.

Name Purpose Price Where To Buy
✔︎ Kirkland Signature Anti-Diarrheal, 400-Count Caplets Anti-Diarrhea
✔︎ Nuun Electrolyte Enhanced Drink Tablets Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT)
0 In Stock
EMERGEN-C ELECTRO MIX Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT)
$9.21 In Stock
✔︎ Maximum GSE Liquid Concentrate Infection Treatment
$13.49 In Stock
Tea Tree Oil Infection Treatment
$16.50 In Stock


Chapter 7. Food

While food isn’t directly an Ebola related prep, you should consider having a 2-3 month supply in case of an outbreak in your area. Even if there isn’t an outbreak, it’s comforting to know that you have a store of emergency food.

Prepare to go into isolation if the virus starts popping up in cities near you. While everyone won’t be able to voluntarily do so, minimizing exposure to people and public places will greatly increase your chances of survival and further transmitting the virus to others.

Most serious “preppers” have been adding to their food storage over time, little by little. If you’re in a rush, don’t know a lot about long-term food storage and just want peace of mind — a great place to start is with off-the-shelf emergency food buckets.

You don’t have to worry about finding food grade buckets, mylar bags, vacuum sealers, canning, etc. They have a very long shelf-life (20-30 years), so even if you don’t need them in the near future, they’ll be invaluable if there’s ever a natural disaster, terrorist attack, extended power outage, etc.

Name Servings Price Where To Buy
Augason Farms 30-day Emergency Pail 300
0 In Stock
Mountain House 72-Hour Kit 9
0 In Stock
Wise Company Emergency Food 720
$1,799.99 In Stock
Wise Company Emergency Food 104
$179.99 In Stock
Auguson Farms 1 Year Kit 5,213
0 In Stock
Datrex 3600 Emergency Food Bar (20-Case) 360
$189.99 In Stock
ER Emergency Ration 2400 Calorie Bars 4
0 In Stock
Peter Pan 40 oz (3-Count) N/A
$22.99 In Stock
5 Gallon Food Grade Empty Buckets (3-Count) N/A
$32.49 In Stock
Mylar Bags and Oxygen Absorbers N/A
$28.09 In Stock


Chapter 8. Water

Start by buying and storing bottled water or water jugs. You can also fill empty two-liter bottles that have been cleaned with tap water. Most people can survive on less than the recommended (1 gallon/person day) unless they’re extremely active, but keep in mind some of your stored food may require water to prepare. Your needs may also vary depending on your age, health, and climate. You’ll also need water for sanitation purposes (washing hands, flushing toilets, etc).

If you run out of stored water and need to treat water, there are many options available. You can filter and boil water. You can disinfect water with bleach, chlorine, or tablets. As a last resort when treated water is no longer available, you can use a water filter like the LifeStraw or any other type of camping water filter. Note: Most “Filters” do not filter viruses. Treat water first. Buy a “Purifier” to filter viruses. The LifeStraw Personal Filter and Katadyn Filters DO NOT filter viruses from water. The LifeStraw Family Water Purifier DOES filter out viruses.

Name Treats / Water Price Where To Buy
LifeStraw Personal Water Filter 1000 Liters
$17.47 In Stock
Potable Aqua Water Treatment Tablets 25 Liters
$6.95 In Stock
Datrex Emergency Water Pouch (64-Count) (64) 125 ml pouches
$37.99 In Stock
Reservoir Emergency Water Storage (64) 125 ml pouches
0 In Stock
Katadyn Pocket Water Filter 50,000 Liters
0 In Stock
✔︎ LifeStraw Family Water Purifier 18,000 Liters
0 In Stock


Chapter 9. General Preparedness

It’s difficult to prepare for everything. Generally, it’s recommended to prepare for events that are most likely to happen around you. Ask yourself — where do you live and what are one or two of the things that have the greatest probability of happening? Once you answer that question, you can start preparing for specific scenarios. Regardless of what those scenarios might be, besides food and water, there are basics preps that apply to everyone and should be a priority when you begin prepping.

Tip: Try to buy items that share the same power or fuel source. Don’t buy flashlights that take CR123 batteries if you don’t own anything else that uses CR123 batteries. Some products are dual fuel like the Coleman Dual Fuel Stove and Coleman Dual Fuel Lantern which can both use regular unleaded gasoline from the gas station or your car’s gas tank.

Section 1. Light

Name Fuel/Power Price Where To Buy
Rayovac LED Lantern (3) D Batteries
$15.57 In Stock
100 Hour Emergency Candle Liquid Paraffin
$19.99 In Stock
12 Hour Glow Sticks (10-Count) Chemical
$13.50 In Stock
Energizer Crank Flashlight Crank
$12.75 In Stock
Fenix LD15 High Performance Flashlight (1) AA Battery
0 In Stock
Stansport Oil Lantern Lamp Oil
$9.97 In Stock
Coleman Compact Lantern Propane
✔︎ Coleman Dual Fuel Lantern Coleman Fuel or Unleaded Gas
$79.99 In Stock

Section 2. Heat

Name Fuel Price Where To Buy
Mr. Heater Portable Buddy Propane Heater Propane
$68.00 In Stock
Century Infrared Heater Propane
0 In Stock
Mr. Heater 80,000 BTU Propane Convection Heater Propane
$139.99 In Stock
✔︎ Sengoku Kerosene Heater Kerosene
$126.73 In Stock
Emergency Mylar Blankets N/A

Section 3. Cooking

Name Fuel Price Where To Buy
VitalGrill Survival Stove Organic
$66.38 In Stock
Coleman 1-Burner Stove Propane
$35.99 In Stock
✔︎ Coleman Dual Fuel Stove Coleman Fuel or Unleaded Gas
$152.49 In Stock
Esbit Lightweight Camping Cook Set Fuel Tablets
$25.00 In Stock

Section 4. Self Defense / Personal Safety

Name Price Where To Buy
✔︎ Police Style Pepper Spray
$29.85 In Stock
Vipertek Stun Gun
0 In Stock
KA-BAR Knife
$64.99 In Stock

Section 5. Miscellaneous

Name Notes Price Where To Buy
Coleman First Aid Kit 205 Pieces
$23.64 In Stock
Gerber Fire Starter Ferrocerium
$14.99 In Stock
Weatherproof Matches 25 Matches
$7.99 In Stock
The Friendly Swede Carabiner All-in-one
Ready America Grab-‘n-Go Emergency Kit Keep one in your trunk
$37.97 In Stock
Sangean Emergency Radio 1 Minute Crank for 30 Minutes of Use
$37.65 In Stock


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