How to avoid a zombie apocalypse: Get ready to have a zombie in your house

When it comes to living with a zombie outbreak, you’ll need to get used to the fact that you might not be alone.

In a post on Facebook, the Georgia Department of Public Health warned of the spread of the deadly virus in the state.

The state health department says the coronavirus has spread to more than 100 areas across Georgia and the Southeast.

“We’re aware that more people are in the area of Cobb, Montgomery, and Tuscaloosa counties, where the virus has spread and where we are experiencing the most extreme cases,” a spokesperson said.

This map shows the locations of the counties where coronaviruses have been detected.

Georgia has reported 2,531 cases of the virus.

According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the current death toll in Georgia stands at 4,746.

There have been more than 2,000 cases reported in the US in 2018, with a further 6,923 deaths.

Despite this, Georgia is one of the safest states in the country, with only one confirmed case of the coronivirus in 2017, according to the CDC.

How to get rid of a zombie: If you do find yourself in a situation where you need to evacuate or move, here are some tips to get your house ready.

First, prepare.

Before you leave your home, make sure your air conditioner is working, your windows and doors are closed and you’re on top of your home.

For emergency responders, you may want to pack up your personal items.

It’s important to ensure that all of your supplies are stored in a separate place.

If you have any pets, it’s important that they are kept on a leash at all times.

As for how you want to treat your pet?

There are a few ways you can handle the situation.

Don’t put the pet in a carrier or carry it around in a backpack.

Do what you can to make sure that your pet doesn’t become infected.

Keep your pets on a schedule.

Bring them outside to a safe area where they can get vaccinated and vaccinated against the virus if you’re infected.