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  1. conscious
    March 23, 2020

    why is it a crime for someone to post video of empty shelf when on news in America they are saying supplies are short.

  2. X
    March 22, 2020

    Some helpful measures I have seen at Supermarkets here.

    1. Separate Entrance and Exit for customers.

    2. Customers in lines stand at least 5 to 6 feet apart.

    3 Not more than 25 or 30 people inside the supermarket at a time. This will depend on the size of the supermarket.

    4. Only 5 customers must enter at any ine time after 5 have left.

    5. Hand sanitizers installed at the entrance and exit of the supermarket and security guards at both points ensure that ALL customers disinfect their hands on entry and exit of the supermarket!

    6 Cashiers wear gloves and constantly clean and disinfect the checkout counter.

    7. Only one customer at a time can place goods purchased on the check out counter. Distance, as above, is also maintained in the checkout line.

    8. Customers are constantly reminded by management of the supermarket on loud speakers to please maintain your distance while shopping.

    9. The toilet next to cashiers and rationed. One per customer.


  3. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    March 21, 2020

    I do not see a variety of commodities on your shelves!

    All we see is a pile of brown paper bags on a few shelves; how can one take your words seriously when all you present seems to be one of the same product?

    Any idiot; even I Francisco; an notorious idiot can see something is very wrong with that picture; and if I were to evoke Ray Charles from his grave, he too would have seen something is wrong with all those brown paper bags!


    Your store can never run out of stock, simply because more than 96% of the people do not have any paid income.

    The nations dependency is on the barrel industry, and the handouts given by Roosevelt; no Job, no financial gain; nothing earn, nothing spent!

    Handouts, and begging are the nation, two main industries!

  4. March 21, 2020

    The work of negative and empty-minded people, no doubt. I wonder what is their benefit in thinking and doing those things.

  5. dissident
    March 21, 2020

    I know where I does shop.

  6. natural dominican
    March 21, 2020

    good job astaphans

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