Pic Of The Day #1059

An hour or so after the Westport Public Schools announced they’re closing, Trader Joe’s looked like the day before a snowstorm. Or “The Day After.” (Photo/Armelle Pouriche)

Meanwhile, hand sanitizer is in such short supply, the Westport Library took special precautions — plenty of tape — to make sure this supply stayed in the Hub.

5 responses to “Pic Of The Day #1059

  1. Gee Dan! Not good! People should not hoard. I heard a story about a church in Weston that had a large container in the ministers office not was for the congregation. Someone went into his office and took it. People are unbelievable!

  2. Helen McAlinden

    Nobody likes peppers?

    Sent from my iPhone

  3. I was there yesterday in the insanity. I went in for bananas and was shocked by the crowd. The shopper before me did buy the peppers! Of course, I should have just left but didn’t think of that until later. I didn’t think anything of being in the crowded store until I read about the outbreak in Westport. How do we know if we’ve been around any of those people? I would hope they are responsible enough to notify anyone they can think of that they were around. Shouldn’t the schools that had these students notify their teachers and student families? I understand not shaming people but isn’t this an exception? Do we want to be the next New Rochelle?

  4. Great points, Bobbi. I believe there are some pretty strong (and well-intended) HIPAA privacy rules that prohibit disclosing private health information — even if someone is at risk. That’s why the schools cannot release that information. I may be wrong, but I’ve heard that from a number of sources.

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