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Response to Sherman A1 (Original post)

Mon Mar 30, 2020, 05:57 PM

1. Absolutely. These people are the best, working under such circumstances. My profound ...

thanks to them all. I also try and minimize all contacts w/ all persons to protect all of us. Every little bit helps. When I empty my grocery cart (in the couple of times I went over the last 4 weeks), I arrange all of the groceries in order, the 10 cans of ABC, the 5 cans of DEF, etc. so my order will go quickly and they and I will be done w/ each other w/ a minimum of fuss.

Our unspoken heroes, literally on the front lines too.

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Mon Mar 30, 2020, 06:01 PM

2. They should have protective covering

To protect themselves and their customers
This morning my checkout guy had gloves but no one else did
There was a little bit of a plastic screen in front of his stand but not enough

Once one employee gets the virus, more workers and customers will get it

I wore a hat, a cheap mask, and a 45 gallon trash bag with holes for my head and arms.
And Iím using a sanitized wipe on the refrigerator stuff. The other things are in the garage.

How long can the virus live on cans?

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