Thanks for the reminder! I just took mine so now I have a baseline reading with my device. This is an issue for any illness that I always forget. It's a cheap one for the armpit, so was only 95.9. Since I know at the doctors' it runs around 97.9, I will now know that if it's 99 here at home, it's really 101, and there's a reason I feel feverish and should contact. . . um, whom?
Stocked up at the grocery store today during the seniors hours after all. Most people had masks so I felt somewhat protected. I tried a scarf but it just got damp. There was only one item on my list I couldn't get and I substituted. I left things I don't need immediately in my trunk to "disinfect" for a few days. I washed my hands a bunch of times and wiped a few surfaces with Windex (does that help? it should destroy the virus's outer coating, right?). I shouldn't have to go to a store again for at least 2 weeks, maybe until April 30th. If it looks like it's going until May 30th, we should try to stagger our shopping trips so we don't all go at the end of April.
This interactive map from the New York Times was just updated to show state-wide and local Stay At Home Orders. It directs to local links with more details: nytimes.com/interactive/2020/us/coronavirus-stay-at-home-order.html