Retail Workers Rushing to Fill Non-Essential Shelves

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Retail Workers Rushing to Fill Non-Essential Shelves

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When the panic at the grocery stores happened, essentials were the first to go, but shortly after everyone was forced to stay inside, many were looking for a way to fill their time in their homes. People were creating crafts, sewing masks together, exercising, playing board games, you name it. It’s important because while grocery worker employees were overwhelmed with the demand of essential items that were selling before they could even get them off the pallets, nonessential items were flying off the shelves as well, making their regular duties even more difficult to keep up with.

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Photograph story and a little of text for the background of the image. I found it on my dad’s Facebook page.

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This item was submitted on November 1, 2020 by Jerrika Morrell using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”:

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