We are probably 2 weeks behind in the progress than the UK but they have now restricted gatherings to just 2 people so things are tightening up here and after Wednesday I cant leave the metropolitan area, not that is that much a restriction as our metropolitan area is about 80 by 30km.
For the last 3 years we have had chickens and I noticed during the week we were getting low on their bedding and pellets so I told my wife we better go get it this weekend as next weekend we might not be able to. Apparently many people in the continuation of panic buying food have been panic buying chickens for eggs (I wonder if they realise they will have to wait at least 6 months before their hatchlings will give them eggs or that we are heading into winter so chickens malt their feathers and stop laying) so I had to go to 3 different stores to find pellets and bedding material as people had been panic buying that out too.
On the plus side I did manage to buy toilet paper today.
These are certainly different times we are living in, if you told me last year that buying an 8 pack of toilet rolls would make me smile I would of laughed at you.
C19 can stay alive or potent for several days, so even if you don,t interact with others you can still come in contact with the virus deposited by them. We know it wont transfer through air and see public venues sprayed so ...
Do any of you have ONE particular customer that keeps coming back with watches that you just serviced, and claim that it's not working? Regardless of whether it's a manual wind, automatic or quartz analog or digital.
Then you adjust the time and leave it on your bench and it seems to work just fine for a couple of weeks. You return it, only to have the customer come back to tell you that it still not working?
I have ONE. It's a family member and I don't get paid for it.