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Pandemic Fears Stoke Run On Groceries At Kroger’s Fayetteville Georgia Stores

Pandemic Fears Stoke Run On Groceries At Kroger’s Fayetteville Georgia StoresPandemic Fears Stoke Run On Groceries At Kroger’s Fayetteville Georgia Stores
(Last Updated On: March 14, 2020)

Pandemic Fears Stoke Run On Groceries At Kroger’s Fayetteville Georgia Stores

ONN – Pandemic Fears Stoke Run On Groceries At Kroger’s Fayetteville Georgia Stores

Fayetteville Ga – Ever wonder what a run on groceries at a store looks like? Well, you’ve come to the right place: the Kroger’s Fayetteville Georgia Store at 805 Glynn St S Ste 117 in Fayetteville Town Center.

UPDATE: Report Of Five Presumed Coronavisrus COVID-19 Cases At Fayetteville / Fayette County GA Piedmont Hospital. Story broke by Zennie62Media’s, Oakland News Now.

On Friday, this vlogger went to the same store to shop, but it was so crowded that it was, from a time perspective, impractical. I noted the first grocery run after that brief visit.

So, I expected that the shelves would be restocked and I would stand a better chance of finding what we needed the next day. That was today, Friday. What I found was a store that, overall, appeared to be about 60 percent depleted of groceries. All of the bacon section was gone save for one set of Hormel bacon offerings. And whole shelves of water and water cases were gone. The same was true for soups, other meats, and even bread.

It was a wild scene, made all the more by the fact I ran into friends who were wearing breath masks in the store. When they saw me as I asked if they would be in my vlog, they said “NO!” and ran away in mock fear. I can only hope this is temporary.

It has to be. The Kroger’s store will stock up over the weekend, and eventually a cure will be found for the horrifying COVID-19 – hopefully sooner rather than later. The store workers said the whole thing was “bizarre”. “We’re going to be here,” said one clerk. “They act like the virus is going to get into the good!” Let’s hope not.

Meanwhile, we have a lot of food at home.

Stay tuned.

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Zennie Abraham is the CEO of Zennie62Media

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