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Going to The Market During COVID-19

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Going to The Market During COVID-19

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During the COVID-19 pandemic the only time most people left there houses was to go to a market to get food once and awhile. In my house one person would go once a week and everyone always wanted to be the person to go. We would have a shopping list that everyone would write what they wanted and the person selected would have to get everything on the list. During to the market it felt like no one was on earth anymore. The roads were empty with no one insite. The markets were the busiest place so they had to restrict the number of people inside at once. While inside the market everything felt so dirty because you would constantly think about “was this touched by someone who had COVID.” This is important to remember because this is the only place people went during the pandemic and it made them happy just to get out of the house.

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Type (Dublin Core)

This is a personal story

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https://covid-19archive.org/admin/item/30666

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English

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Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

10/27/2020

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

10/30/2020

Date Created (Dublin Core)

03/01/2020

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This item was submitted on October 27, 2020 by [anonymous user] using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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