The coronavirus (COVID-19) has sent everyone working at the Palisades Center, a shopping mall in West Nyack, New York, home and every potential customer are at home keeping their social distance from each other to avoid more infections.
With the malls posing a threat to increase the spreading of the virus, many shopping malls across America just like the Palisades have shut down their doors until further notice.
With the number of employees working at a mall this size, you can imagine the number of people who have either been laid off or have their jobs on hold until God knows when.
Atria Riverdale, an assisted living facility in the Bronx are taking no chances hoping an ambulance will arrive in time should there be an emergency for one of their elderly patients they are caring for.
Therefore they have an ambulance on standby should anything happen during this coronavirus pandemic times where New York state is the epicenter.
A lot of the Sprint stores in New York have shut down. only one store in Yonkers New was openned this Sunday because of the coronavirus outbreak.
A message on the doors of one of the Sprint stores reads: Our priority is keeping customers, employees, and communities safe.
And of course following the message is an invitation shop online for what you need.
I forgot why I bought this baby wipes but there surely came in handy doing this coronavirus crisis could barely find them in stores.
I always have baby wipes in my car I use them for all kinds of things including running to the bathroom in public places and cleaning things that need to be clean, if you know what I mean.
Next time you go to the bathroom by the public place, before you sit down to do what you do or what you about to do, make sure the toilet.
Because if you realize it after you finish, who you gonna call the Ghostbusters? LOL
Read the story about what happened to me one time I went to a public bathroom at the CVS pharmacy.