Water in an Emergency
The Red Cross, FEMA, your county Emergency Management all say to have a minimum of 2 weeks worth of water and food stored - why do you think that is?
If something BIG happens like a big storm or big earthquake or big bird flu or big whatever, you are going to be ON YOUR OWN for anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. If it was something REALLY BIG, you could be "on your own" for quite a while.
How Much Water?
For drinking purposes – 1/2 gallon per person per day – is what you should store if you’re going to live on sandwiches, canned foods etc. If you are going to prepare food like rice, beans, soups and the like (and hence will need water for preparation and to clean out the pot and utensils) you should store another 1/2 gallon per person per day.
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