Youtube video: PSA Safe Grocery Shopping in COVID-19 Pandemic I saw this on another forum I follow. Everybody can decide for themselves if the recommendations are more than they feel are needed or not. For me, it brought a higher level of awareness of the possible ways of transmission. I see it as informing me of the continuum of risk levels of where Corona virus might be active. So maybe being coughed on by a person might feel like very high risk, a grocery store door handle or shopping cart handle a bit less, but still high. Individual grocery items may be lower on the risk profile, but should be not considered risk free. Every day, we all assess what risk factors we feel are priorities to us personally. If I were 80 years old in poor health with one or more known other risk factors, I would likely follow this recommendation strictly. Let this just be information to add to the mix of choices we make and how we interact with products in our lives. Health and wellness to us all in these challenging and stressful times. We can choose to be there and helpful for our fellow family, friends and communities. Even if this only means calling, Face timing or Zoom'ing (Zoom.us) to reach out and connect with people we know who could use some connection in this time of isolation. Our seniors might normally feel somewhat isolated are likely feeling more so than the rest of us.