Nevertheless, there is a real question here,(*) and it is possible to ask it in such a way as to receive a sensible answer: how well would your local government react to something as unlikely, unplanned, and catastrophic as a zombie infection? Here are some concrete issues we might ask about:
- medical supplies and emergency plans in place in case of mass break-out of unforeseen infectious epidemic;
- emergency measures for a breakdown of public services, food/water/power supply, communications, etc.;
- public control measures in case of pandemic of random individual and group violence;
- procedures for emergency services to follow in the case that public officials have not been able/willing to admit the nature of the outbreak--can we do something about it without admitting it's a "zombie invasion"?
- communication: how to inform everybody of the danger and the administration's official response to it in the case of power cuts, satellite/cell reception failure, etc.
- quarantine plans: when do we decide the danger is over?
- citizen defence plans: how should individuals be advised to protect themselves/their homes/families?
(*) Consider this a thought experiment for more generalized disaster planning if you like; or, as I do, as thinking through a problem that you might write a story about some time.