Help, the zombies are coming! But where should we flee to? A listing presents the best and worst places in the event of the apocalypse. A few places in Lower Saxony are considered to be particularly safe.
Hanover – You walk leisurely along the street, suspect no evil and bang! It happened: you were bitten by a zombie! Yes, that's annoying ... If only one had been prepared for such a scenario. Fortunately, a rental portal has now published a study that is not really meant seriously, in which the best and worst places in Germany in the event of an apocalypse of the undead were listed. A few places in Lower Saxony are even considered to be particularly safe.
Help, the zombies are coming! These places are particularly safe in Lower Saxony
"What if a new epidemic occurs that turns people into zombies, or a war breaks out between the living and the dead?" That's what the rental portal Rentola asks and for this reason lists the safest and most unsafe places in Germany in the event of a zombie apocalypse. And even if the study is not meant seriously and does not follow any scientific standards, it is divided into five data categories. These are each assigned a point system from 1 to 10 and later added together to form an index.
This is what Bremerhaven could look like: In the event of a zombie apocalypse, the city is no guarantee of survival. This is shown by a non-serious study by a rental portal. © David Prado/Imago
Counties and cities were examined according to "vulnerability" (population density, number of hospitals, ...), "hiding" (number of residential buildings, forest area, ...), "supplies" (water supply, number of livestock, ...), "mobility" (number of vehicles, infrastructure, ...) and "security" (number of crimes).
A joy for disaster control: the districts of Vechta, Cloppenburg and Rotenburg are zombie-proof
The result was: Yes, there are apparently safer places than others. The district of Vechta in Lower Saxony even made it to 402th place with a total of 10 places. The reason for this is said to be the good hospital care and the population density, because in the category of vulnerability, the district dusted off 10 points. However, things don't look so good in terms of mobility, where Vechta scores just 4.11 points. (Index value: 8.82)
The district of Cloppenburg is also very popular – in 21st place. And it also has a good vulnerability rating (9.20 points) and a rather poorer infrastructure (mobility: 3.71 points) (index value: 8.32). The district of Rotenburg is only slightly behind in 8nd place with a total score of 11.32 points.
Get out of here quickly: In Hanover and Bremerhaven you will be eaten quickly
Speaking of bad: Everyone in Gelsenkirchen seems to have really bad cards. They occupy the last place with an index value of 1. In the north, the city of Hanover with 398th place is still considered a special zombie treat. And for all those who think you should head for a port first in a zombie apocalypse: Bremerhaven lands in 388th place. According to the obvious PR gag of the rental portal, there are probably not enough stocks there.
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Fancy a voyage of discovery?
Unfortunately a bit far away for the North Germans, but maybe worth a prepper holiday: the Eifelkreis Bitburg-Prüm. This lands in first place with a smooth overall score of 10, making it the safest place on Judgment Day. But only if the zombies actually come. If there is a volcanic eruption, the Eifel probably has less good chances.