A lady posted a photo from her bathtub loaded up with things including feta cheese and broccoli, saying her mum was bathing her groceries as a precaution against COVID-19.
Everybody is properly doing all that they can to secure themselves as well as other people against the spread of coronavirus.
It’s imperative to follow rules including remaining inside and washing your hands consistently to help straighten the bend of affirmed instances of the infection in the UK.
One mum who wanted to clean her food shop before it went into the fridge decided to get it done was to give it all a bit of a bubble bath. An image that was uploaded to Twitter shows Greek yogurts, tomatoes, tzatziki, feta cheddar, broccoli, Pink Lady apples, and cauliflower all being given a long hot soak.
A tub of Haagen-Dazs is left to sit as an afterthought to ‘monitor’ the entire procedure.
It was shared by Evie Lancaster, who expressed, “What precautions are you all taking during the global pandemic? My mum is washing her delivery.”
The post has viral on in excess of 45,000 likes and 11,000 retweets.
What precautions are you all taking during the global pandemic? My mum is bathing her Tesco delivery pic.twitter.com/96TnBPgjwO
— Evie Lancaster (@EvieLancaster) March 27, 2020