How Are You Faring?

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There’s no doubt that the Coronavirus and COVID-19 are having an affect on what used to be a normal life. Hopefully, it’ll soon return to that. For some, anyway.

I happen to fall into one of the high-risk categories due to age and some related health issues, so for the moment I’m holed up with very minimal (physical) contact with the outside world. I honestly don’t know how this will play out.

As you might expect, we’re pretty well stocked on supplies to get us through the near term. As long as I treat everyone on the outside as a “zombie” I need to avoid, I should be OK for awhile.

I just thought I would check in to see how you are all weathering this.

I don’t care if you think it’s “just the flu” or if this is a conspiracy by the Illuminati to impose martial law. That’s not my question.

How are you doing? Comment below.

(Note: unfortunately, the ‘reply’ feature in the comments isn’t working for readers…I can still reply in comments using the site’s admin section. You’ll have to start new replies. We’re still trying to figure this out.)

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Jessica
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Jessica

So far so good here, I’m in lower peninsula of northwest Michigan, US. Not a prepper personally, so I probably only have about a month or so of groceries stocked up between my freezer and my pantry, for a family of 4 (2 teenage boys, so they eat more than most demographics). My spouse and I have made it very clear that everyone asks before grabbing food, so we can track what we have. Plenty of spices and cooking oil too. Fortunately I have been self isolating all winter (as has my spouse) because that’s just normal for us in… Read more »

Sheri
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Sheri

Doing good have everything we need for 2 months. Already cook at home alot. No work for now. Learning to make homemade bread.

Skalgrin
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Skalgrin

I live in Europe and Covid infection was confirmed in my workplace week before we got sent to home office. Now we are at home, my wife is sick (hopefuly with normal flu, symptoms so far confirms it) and kids are bored but fine. Indeed it might change in next weeks, due to incubation and possible further exposure to virus. We have what you here would call at best some short term supplies (I would estimate them to last 2 further weeks before any real need to shop), but for next week I plan a shopping trip (I have my… Read more »

Scott Overy
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Scott Overy

We’re in Vegas and doing good so far. I moved my elderly parents (Mid 80’s) into our house last year because I felt like we needed to be close so we could make things easier for them. It’s funny that the whole time we were buying things and saving it for the potential of needing it in the future, it never sunk in to them that something like this could possibly happen. They feel very comfortable with us and our prepared situation. There is no panic and we don’t have to go out and potentially risk exposing them to something… Read more »

Red
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Red

I live in the UK and it’s not too bad at the moment. Numbers of infected still appear to be very low although we have had a few deaths – mainly older people. The shelves in shops do look more and more empty with even local stores struggling to keep up with demand. No toilet paper, hand sanitizer, hand soap, pasta, tinned veggies for weeks now and as soon as they go on the shelves they are gone in minutes. I’ve been out (with a mask on) every day and I’ve only seen a handful of others with a mask… Read more »