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Old 03-29-2020, 06:00 AM
sdeikenberry sdeikenberry is offline
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Anyone seriously concerned...and we all should be...will want to sanitize all the groceries you bring home. Probably should do it in the garage. Things that can't be wiped down should be dumped into clean storage containers and stored that way. The grocery is a prime avenue for bringing the virus into your home. This sounds extreme? Yes. But at what point do you stop being protective? Outside shoes left in the garage. Practice sterile technique, and if you don't know it, google it. Cases will be ramping up exponentially for a while, so now is the time to be paranoid folks.
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Old 03-29-2020, 06:01 AM
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Just another thought every time, you venture out the odds change ,why wouldn't a stranger cooking and or delivering a food item to your residence not change the odds-- stay home & cook for two weeks
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