COVID-19's latest casualty: 24-hour grocery stores

1/17/2022 5:05:00 PM

COVID-19's latest casualty: 24-hour grocery stores

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COVID-19's latest casualty: 24-hour grocery stores

The days of popping into a grocery store for milk at 1 a.m. may be gone for good.

Sierra King says she is disappointed she can't go to the grocery store after a late night of work."I would say they are closing at 10 or 11 now, but they used to be open 24 hours," she said.Mary Wright can no longer shop late at night either.

"The stores would be open till 11, and now the stores have gone down further from that," she said."Perfect storm" reducing hoursRay Dietrich, the owner of the Rivertown IGA grocery store in Ohio, reduced his hours to 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for the winter. However, hopes to stay up until 10 p.m. this spring.

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Sierra King says she is disappointed she can't go to the grocery store after a late night of work. "I would say they are closing at 10 or 11 now, but they used to be open 24 hours," she said. Week-over-week, the daily patient count was lower on Saturday (6,289) than it was the previous Saturday (6,529). Mary Wright can no longer shop late at night either. Deaths are measured by recording those who died within 28 days of receiving a positive result in a test for coronavirus. "The stores would be open till 11, and now the stores have gone down further from that," she said. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. "Perfect storm" reducing hours Ray Dietrich, the owner of the Rivertown IGA grocery store in Ohio, reduced his hours to 9 a. 31, and featured Malone discussing a term widely shared online known as "mass formation psychosis.

m. Since 5 January, people in Northern Ireland who have a positive lateral flow test (LFT) no longer need a PCR test to confirm that result. to 9 p.m. for the winter. There are 30 patients with Covid-19 in hospital intensive care units. However, hopes to stay up until 10 p. Malone went on to say that the phenomenon explained Nazi Germany.

m. this spring. There have been 883,372 booster vaccines delivered. "A lot of people are sick, and the more people that are sick, the tighter supplies get, the less truck drivers we have," Dietrich said. Dietrich says every day is an unknown, not knowing whether the truck they expected will show up. He says it's even unclear what will be on the truck. The Republic of Ireland recorded 14,555 PCR-confirmed cases on Saturday, down from 17,065 cases on Friday.  "Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Joe Rogan has repeatedly spread misleading and false claims on his podcast, provoking distrust in science and medicine.

Sick employees and fewer workers are other issues he's facing. "Yeah, we got openings. I won't lie to you," he said. Of those patients, 89 are being treated in intensive care units, up from 83 on Friday."We got an ad out right now for help wanted." Stores are using the few night employees they do have to restock shelves, rather than work the cash registers. "To my knowledge, there’s no evidence whatsoever for this concept," Jay Van Bavel, an assistant professor of psychology and neural science at New York University, told the Associated Press.

Dietrich says everyone at his family-owned store is working harder to compensate for the short staffing. A total of 2,510,549 booster jabs had been administered as of Thursday. "We can make it work," he said."We all cover for each other." But with so many grocery workers in quarantine nationwide, shoppers need to expect earlier closing surprises until spring. So check those hours, so you don't make a wasted trip, and you don't waste your money., wrote in an email to The Associated Press.

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