Fighting for Survival

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Would you be willing to kill in order to survive? Because it’s survival of the fittest in a post-apocalyptic world. If you woke up and realised that a virus had killed almost everyone in the world, could you survive on your own? Are you the last man alive, or are more people immune? Other survivors might want to take what you have got. Even if one person in a thousand had survived, would you be able to organise such a small number, to use what was left over from of the society. Obtaining food and drink won’t be a problem for you. You can break into the many empty shops. But Technology will no longer work, as there are not enough people to keep it running. No internet, no mains electricity, no industrial processes. When things run out, you will not be able to replace them. Not only has the world regressed to well before the Industrial Revolution, the remaining population is now less than that it was in Biblical times. The new world will be harder to live in than the past. You will need to find hidden talents, engage in many battles and overcome many challenges to survive. Should you obtain weapons? Should you guard the supermarkets to protect your food stocks? What about water, heat and shelter? What skills will you and your fellow survivors need? ‘Fighting for Survival', is the first episode of the global ‘Pandemic Virus’ series. We discover how one group must cope wit

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