To be fair, Chewy and Amazon will (would?) deliver pet food on a regular basis if desired. I normally buy 6 months ahead so that in the event there is a recall, I'd know about it before opening a bag.She went for cat food.
Plenty of stock in the pet food aisle.
NOBODY CARES ABOUT THEIR PETS!!
...so folks don't even need to get out of their cars, they swab them for samples and get their contact info. I sincerely hope we can quickly mimic that type of testing program, as cases in the USA are woefully under-reported due to lack of kits and early testing. This is what is needed here in the USA as well:While some nations have struggled to get enough test kits to diagnose suspected patients, South Korea has provided free and easy access to testing for anyone who a doctor deems needs it. The country's Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (KCDC) says the country has 118 facilities that can test -- and all report their results to KCDC. To date, the country has tested more than 230,000 people.
It has even rolled out drive-through coronavirus testing facilities, where motorists are met by health workers dressed in hazmat suits.
One chart shows how many coronavirus tests per capita have been completed in 8 countries. The US is woefully behind.At first, Seegene struggled to meet demand, but now it is coping.
The firm is making about 10,000 kits a week and each kit can test 100 patients. So it is making enough to test one million patients each week, at a cost of under $20 per test.
Noh Si-won, the executive director of corporate strategy, said it is the first time he has seen the company manufacturing at this scale