At first glance, yes, but after reading a bit more, their intro is a clever approach to bringing attention to general disaster preparedness. Good job, CDC!
While I personally prefer to do more than only prepare just enough to keep my family safe until we can make it to a shelter (versus sheltering longer-term in our home), most of what they have to say is quite relevant.
For example, some good tips include determining what potential threats you’re concerned about, having three days of food, water, and other supplies on hand for a couple days (although I recommend at least seven days, preferably 14 or more), and knowing your evacuation route.
Check out the article here: Preparedness 101: Zombie Apocalypse.