Grocery Store Traffic Remains Normal After News of First Positive Coronavirus Patient
SAN ANGELO, TX – Grocery store traffic seemed to remain normal Tuesday even after the first confirmed case of Coronavirus in Tom Green County.
As previously reported on Mar. 24 the City of San Angelo confirmed the first case of COVID-19 in Tom Green County. Here is the story: First Positive Coronavirus Case Confirmed in Tom Green County.
In the wake of recent events, some speculated that the crowd of hoarders would return to the grocery store but so far the coast is clear.
At the markets in San Angelo, management has restricted the number of cerrtain items you can purchase at one time. These items include toiletries, sanitation products, meats, and many other. Check out this article on the different restrictions: H-E-B Rations Disinfectant Products Amid Coronavirus Scare
Officials around the nation are asking that citizens not overstock on items so that everyone can have their share.
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