Get her set up with grocery store delivery. I think Instacart is everywhere now. Show her how to order online. Also set her up with Wal-Mart curbside. You can actually do it for her if she's not computer literate. It doesn't matter if you're remote. Get her on the horn and go through what she needs together then you place the order for her.Anonymous 1 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 25, 2020 10:31 pmshe shouldn't but she has too. I live 45 minutes away, one of my brothers in out of state and the other is in the hospital and she is widowed. she need stuff and has doctor appointments to attend as well.Anonymous 4 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:12 pmPS: No 65 year old diabetic with COPD should be going out in public at this time.
She won't have to encounter anyone but the person bringing her stuff. They'd load her stuff right in her trunk at Wal-Mart curbside. She just has to sign. That's the only contact and the only surface she's touching.
Seriously, get her out of the stores. COPD - her lungs are already not good and that's what this thing goes after. Doctors you have to go, but those are much more controlled, clean environments.