- Relationship to Diabetes
- Type 2
Actually you don’t need to isolate if it’s a coldSo many people are reporting colds, and of course the whole family will immediately self isolate then, just in case. Makes me wonder just how many kids will still be in school in a few weeks time! One of my neighbours is totally irresponsible, with masses of different visitors in and out daily, and the children run wild. Last week saw 3+ mums with assorted school age children and babies all walking up the hill together for school. When another mum remonstrated, all she got was "we'll be alright, I'm not going to stop seeing my friends". Sad falling out there!
i can carry a months supply of dry food in a rucksack if i need to and be mobileExactly and not everyone has the space either cupboard or freezer to do that. That is if you can afford it. Most GP s don't allow ordering 3 months of repeats at once.
If you’re advised to isolate then you shouldn’t be going shopping, it's too late. If you built your stock up when lockdown started in March then you should have kept that level of stock, because Covid hasn't gone away. If everybody just bought things when they needed them, the supply chain would be able to keep up.Is it panic buying if you're advised to isolate, then find you have to go out and queue in shops. I'd rather get some things in, and keep trips out to a minimum.
And if everybody starts now then we have the same situation we had in March. And if it all goes wrong after Brexit, there won’t be much any of us can do about it!not if you start now.
in six weeks time when people realise there will be another lockdown that is when panic buying and shortages will start.
buying in bulk now is just being prepared.
lucky everybody is not reading this post ,ignore the advice if you prefer ,just don't complain in six weeks timeAnd if everybody starts now then we have the same situation we had in March. And if it all goes wrong after Brexit, there won’t be much any of us can do about it!
If you are advised to shield then why are you not getting supermarket delivery slots?Is it panic buying if you're advised to isolate, then find you have to go out and queue in shops. I'd rather get some things in, and keep trips out to a minimum.