Indoor dining starts here today. I went to my first bar patio with a friend yesterday. What was interesting was the younger people were the ones following all the rules. It was the older people that they had issues with not wanting to stay seated and wanting to walk around and mingle with people. No wonder it's the old folks who keep kicking the bucket from this thing.
Did curbside prescription pickup at Wegmans, drove by the parking garage they have and it was 80% full, which means it's Karen-Thunderdome inside.
Then drove to the Harris Teeter 4 miles away, parking lot half full, totally chill inside. Only had to stare down two old biddies gumming up the self check, yammering away about bullshit. Old bitch moved fast
Also, we're supposedly having grocery shortages?
They were 85% stocked. Just some random specific things we like they didn't have. And they had proteins on sale, which are supposed to be in short supply. BOGO on these wicked good caprese sausages.
You could wear a Tyvek suit and have a negative pressure house, but that's also overkill. From what Iv'e read, enveloped viruses generally aren't very stable, and it sounds like that's exactly what the CDC found in this one too. I'm sure you know someone who could tell you to listen to the CDC, as they probably know what they're talking about.
Or just become an antivaxxer and totally throw out all science. In the end, no one really cares.
Today Denver ordered the closure of another USPS location this time the main distribution center for all of CO and WY. They said multiple people are sick and infected with more testing positive daily. They are refusing to follow any proper protection measures. Of course like last time the USPS is refusing the close and are saying the don't have to follow any State rules and don't agree with any of the Safe At Home measures.