Coronavirus Concern Up

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I most certainly do. I may pick up another jar next time I am in town just to be on the safe side.

Not knowing if this country will go into lockdown after January 20th, I figure I will make sure we have everything we need for a few months.
Good point, I need to plan further out. I'm expecting to have limited access to grocery stores for the next month and to stay home into January. However, whether or not there is a lockdown next year, if people think there may be one and start stocking up at the same time, thats what causes shortages.

I'm not sure I need to get much of anything. If online ordering/delivery can hold steady, FX.
 

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If you grow your own food and meat animals, might be worth getting soil tested for selenium? Especially in western USA. Might not need the supplement? Just a thought. I'm not in an area expected to have high selwnium in the soil so I have not had soil tested and I take a selenium capsule when I can stomach it. They smell disgusting to me. 🤢
 

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Interesting article explaining why supply chain interruptions are less likely with fears of further stay at home orders.
 

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My dtr tested positive for CV and is sick. This is the first time anyone I know personally has been ill. However, hubby shared a post by a guy who was testing the system and had: simultaneously 2 negative and 2 positive tests.
 

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