Perhaps it's more a sign of my ignorance that anything else, since Avian Influenza has been around for nearly a decade without becomming a human-to-human deal, but apparently there's been a run on Berlin-area drugstores in the last two days and Tamiflu is out of stock everywhere (well, everywhere except for eBay, that is), and I'm getting antsy.
In the (hopefully) unlikely event that Berlin (or anywhere) gets hit, do you:
1. Conceal yourself in your apartment with 6 months of canned produce.
2. Catch the next available flight to far, far away.
3. Pretend like nothing's happening, even if you're well aware that the German government (or any other government, for that matter) hasn't stockpiled enough of the good stuff to keep the Leute alive.
Whatever happens (which I hope will be not much), I'm pretty sure the price of chicken is about to drop.