The Baltimore Post was contacted today regarding another potential method of spreading the deadly coronavirus.
Folks, it is safe to say that this pandemic is impacting the world far worse than previous wars or natural catastrophes.
According to our source, hospitals are warning their employees about the risk of touching gas pump handles or keypads.
The following article discusses the dangers involved with everyday activities:
If that doesn’t make your heart skip a beat, we have more information that should create concern:
Stop and think about this for a moment. The general rule of thumb in trying to curb this pandemic is practicing social distancing, which means keeping at least 6 feet from another person when out in public.
The Baltimore Post is also hearing from many readers that grocery stores are being swamped by younger people during times set aside for senior citizens. These younger folks seem to be intent on hoarding potential foodstuffs while pushing aside the vulnerable senior population.
We are quite sure that others have their own horror stories about the runs on supermarkets and food stores by panicked shoppers.
In an effort to pass along as much information as possible to our readers, The Baltimore Post will keep most of our news articles short on dialogue and long on information that ultimately could save the lives of you or your loved ones.
May we all stay safe and stay healthy.