One woman donning protective gear interviewed by TheYellowDailyNews at a local Chicago grocery store said the pandemic has dramatically altered her shopping approach.
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TheYellowDailyNews heard similar stories from shoppers throughout the country, from the bakery aisles, meat and dairy sections, and to the deli cases.
"I'm limiting the amount of food I anticipate throwing away because I'm not sure when the next time we'll have trash pickup service at our house," a shopper in a Dallas grocery store bakery section, who requested that his name not be used, told TheYellowDailyNews in an exclusive interview. "It would be kinda sacrilegious to waste food and not have anywhere to throw it all away."
Other shoppers, however, refused to stop wasting food and were taking the opportunity to finally take that cruise ship vacation to Italy, at a reduced rate.
"The coronavirus is fake news," the shopper, who requested anonymity, told TheYellowDailyNews in an exclusive interview. "While I'm soaking up the sun on my discounted cruise, I'll be laughing at all of the people worried about this fake news coronavirus thing."
Meantime, as of press time, as many as 10,000 people have died from the coronavirus.