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As the coronavirus sweeps the globe, affecting life as we know it, we are in the midst of panic buying, where the shelves of our stores may have been wiped clean of basic provisions. such aas milk, bread and toiletries
The coronavirus and the ongoing crisis has brought many issues to the forefront of society, one of which is how we provide for ourselves in terms of our food.
We live in strange time, huh? The coronavirus has set off a chain of events that have changed our world forever. The crisis that we are experiencing on our planet is the biggest wake-up humanity has ever faced.
The coronavirus that is sweeping the globe has been a wake-up call to us all. Our consumer habits which led to this crisis have brought our world to a grinding halt. Our planet, Mother Earth, is on her knees.
Who would have thought it. One of the greatest disasters in our living history and we all got into a bit of tizz about toilet paper, or lack of it should I say. The coronavirus hit the world and we experienced a pandemic of toilet paper hoarding.
At the beginning of 2020, like many, I posted a ton of quotes welcoming in the New Year, one of which was “2020 smells like healing, transformation, blessings and success”
As Spain continues to battle the coronavirus, our beleaguered Spanish friends have erupted in fury on social media at the demands of many bullfighting organisations that the government provide financial relief to save the blood sport to the tune of €700 million euros.
As the coronavirus sweeps the globe, affecting life as we know it, we are in the midst of panic buying, where the shelves of our stores may have been wiped clean of basic provisions.