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Default On how grocery stores are doing, in the U.S.

On Monday, April 20, 2020 at 11:53:00 AM UTC-4, Gary wrote:
> Sheldon Martin wrote:
> >
> > Eating out is the very best way to contract a life
> > threatening disease... the vast majority of restaurant food is not
> > properly handled/prepared...

> Even though restaurants are closed to dining in, many people
> continue to order take out food. Sure, it's nice to try
> to keep them going but at the same time, WHO knows the
> health conditions of the workers inside making that food.
> Many workers will come to work sick just to not lose a day's pay.
> I'll continue to cook at home even though a McDonald's
> cheeseburger is sounding pretty tasty right now. heh

Unless you receive your carryout food and stick it right up
your nose or in your eye, you're vanishingly unlikely to get
COVID-19 from restaurant food. The digestive tract is
inhospitable to coronavirus.

Cindy Hamilton