Saw this today on Facebook:
It's been almost a year now. And of course the lockdown lasted beyond two weeks.
One thing has changed from a year ago is finding toilet paper at the stores. I still wonder what the hoarding was all about. But now the shelves are stocked. It won't be hard to find toilet paper the next time I need to get some. The last time I went to the store, I had flashbacks to the empty shelves at the stores a year ago. Pasta was also out during the first weeks of the pandemic. It's now easy to find.
And to think that Friday the 13th occurred during this time. Yet not much was noted of that fact. The following Monday, March 16, was the last regular day of work before gradually reopening, starting in June.