Coronavirus is now becoming a pandemic in all parts of the world. No doubt, it is terrifying to think that even in this modern time, such disease could still manifest itself. Everyone is in panic and trying to hoard for supplies for as long as it can last. This is true especially among Americans. From hand sanitizers, boxes of tissues and alcohols and among others are bought from various stores and supermarkets only to ensure that they’ll be safe and sound until this outbreak settles.
Gratitude to Real Heroes
While it is true that these supplies are important, there’s one necessity that no one can skimp on, and that’s water. In fact, we’re just lucky that even in these days, there are still transport company that spedycja water supplies to states and cities. Truly, these companies and people are real heroes for keeping the economy falling apart.
Question is, does anyone have to stock water to battle for coronavirus? Well basically, the answer is no. Regardless if you’re into self-isolation, water easily comes to your house than food and it goes straight to your tap. According to experts, hoarding of water bottles is not a smart move.
It’s the Workforce that should be Addressed
Water companies and utilities are partnering with other firms in an effort to supply things such as disinfectants.
This is to ensure that water is kept clean at all times. Smaller utility companies that do serve little communities are prone to the shortage of workforce. Truth is, 10% skeleton crew for a small team may overwork the staffs.
At the end of the day, let us be mindful that the virus can escalate quickly that it’ll shut down water supplies and facilities, not because of the compromise in facilities but with the lack of employees who will be operating and manning it. That is something that has no certainty.
Don’t Forget Others
For now, you may stockpile water for whatever reason, perhaps in preparation for natural disasters like storms and earthquakes. Without a doubt, coronavirus is making people to take another measure in filling up their supplies and putting their emergency plans in motion. Just remember though, everyone has to work together as a team; we have to leave something for others, so they too can be safe and free from the virus. Ultimately, win from this battle.