I'm wondering when even volunteer staff won't be able to do drive through pantry service. I stopped volunteering because I have health problems and can't get sick. From talking to some of the clients I know some of them literally run out of food and many have health issues. I was working in direct contact with clients.
@sejla Yeah, this is getting pretty sucky, especially for those who already have some sort of life-straining hardship. Many of our volunteers are older people who have lost a lot of mobility, so I expect many to stay home. Last week we had about 12-14 volunteers as opposed to usual 30-35. I'm almost 70, but I can still move around decently. I'll be at the Pantry in the morning, regardless, just in case I'm needed. I've got two families that I deliver to, including one that has 7 members and have had rotating sicknesses for the last 6 months!People just need to scale down to allow deliveries to catch up with the unreal demand created by largely unwarranted panic! Thank you for your volunteer efforts: your health comes first, however. We will be praying for you.
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They're onto something. What if the ones infected will turn into zombies? What if?
How is it there in Britain? Do u guys have a ton of cases there aswell?