As members of society, specifically in the tri-state region become adjusted to what is being referred to as "social distancing" in regards to being out in public, one major area of concern remains in the area of the masses still gathering at grocery stores to restock for supplies.
State Representative, Dr. Denny Zent from Angola discussed that as everyone is doing their best to try and help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, one particular sector of people may be especially suceptible to infection that one may not immediately think of.
Zent went on to discuss the length of grocery store check out attendant shifts may also be a factor in what heightens their risk of exposure and people should make their best efforts to get int and out of stores as quickly and calmly as possible.
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