There's a zombie virus on the loose and people are turning into living dead. These are the slow, more traditional zombies in contrast to the "infected" that run and think. They're still highly dangerous, especially in groups, as one bite, drop of blood or saliva into your system causes transformation. They are extremely hungry for your brains.
There is a safe extraction point 8 kilometers from where you live, but you'll have to travel through a "downtown" area, so confrontation and battle with the zombies is inevitable. Public transportation and cars are useless as there are too many road blocks.
You have 2 hours before you have to leave.
WHAT DO YOU TAKE WITH YOU FROM HOME? HOW DO YOU EQUIP YOURSELF?
You can only use the stuff that you have in your home right now.
Long sleeve t-shirt, thick layers of curtain fabric wrapped around my forearms to protect from bites, and my warm and padded winter jacket. I'd rip my girlfriend's jeans apart and wrap strips of it thickly around my neck, it would limit my head movements but protect from bites. Two long-johns and black jeans, pretty impenetrable and durable. Black running shoes and a black beanie.
I'd pack along warm gloves, but I'd be bare handed to get the best grip from my weapons. This is, unfortunately, my weak link, not owning leather gloves.
I'd combine plastic wrap and curtain fabrics, to make a blood and saliva-proof scarf to cover my nose and mouth.
I'd hammer a few nails into one end of my 1,2 meter didgeridoo so that they're sticking out a few centimeters. It's pretty light to wield but still a heavy-hitter. I'd carry it in my hand. Meat cleaver (sharpened) for close encounters, I'd attatch it to my right leg with a leather belt for easy access.
Backpack full of essentials, like 2 liters of water, extra socks if the ones I'm wearing got wet, ID and passport.