The warning appeared on the CDC's "Emergency Preparedness and Response" blog this week.
It cites the rise of zombies in pop culture as raising the possiblity of a real zombie apolocalpyse but goes on to provide real tips to deal with a real natural disaster, like stocking up on food, water, and supplies.
The tongue-in-cheek warning went viral on social media sites, causing a portion of the CDC website to crash Thursday.
CDC doctors say they were trying to reach the younger, tech-savvy demographic that's usually hard to capture.NEWS BY LOCATION | ABC30 BLOGS | DISCUSSION FORUMS
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