Saturday, April 04, 2020
SHOCK!!! KANSAS CITY BOX STORE LINES BLASTED AMID CORONAVIRUS CONCERN!!!
Kansas City public radio offers a worker warning and possibly a reason to wear a mask and gloves just to be safe . . . Here's the crux of their argument:
"There have been a handful of workers in big box stores around the country who have tested positive for COVID-19. None, as far as we know, from the Kansas City area. But experts say big box stores present particular challenges in mitigating the spread of COVID-19 because, well, they’re so big."
“Some people might not consciously realize whether they’re standing six feet away from each other or not in a facility so big,” says Elaine Nsoesie, assistant professor of global health at Boston University.
More interestingly, we notice most of the quotes feature works largely satisfied with protections that companies have developed despite the scary headline . . . Checkit:
Shoppers Put Everyone At Risk When They Converge On Kansas City's Big Box Stores
"Experts are concerned about all of it: The proximity to others, multiple hands on products and the germs on our handheld devices."
You decide . . .