Fairly extensive day out there and I’ll look at the Cv part of it first.
Frankly, supermarts are as confused as GPs and people in general about whether we’re in quarantine or not. We either are … or we’re not. If we are, we go out for essentials and that’s it, leaving aside for now the leftist rioting and moaning en masse.
But take our supermart, Morrisons – the traffic on the roads was unrestricted, cars everywhere, ditto in the carparks. No one with masks on anywhere, no gloves. Yet you could only have a pre-sanitised trolley. No queuing, no restrictions and the narrow isles were again packed, maybe 12 people in one aisle right near you.
Yet at the checkout, you still queued standing on circles and could not approach the deli counter before that. It was as if they were playacting at being Cv responsible.
Leaving that and moving on, the moment I went inside, there was almost no produce. I asked then and later, back here, also my neighbour whether something had been announced by Johnson or Hancock, because the shelves were stripped of goods.
At one point in the store, I asked where the potatoes were – there were only some horrible red ones I could see. Then I found one bag of small tatties, was told there’d been no delivery. Ok, understood.
But then, as I went up and down aisles, so many shelves were bare of all sorts of items – whaaaaa? And different items have different deliveries. Seemed suspect.
As mentioned in the heading – might just be nothing. Keep your eyes open.