1. Opt for grocery delivery.
Why should you get your groceries delivered rather than go to the store?
“This is because you are limiting not only the number of people you are interacting with, but also you are not touching fixtures and refrigerators that likely have not been disinfected,” says emergency planning expert, Patrick Hardy.
2. Sanitize your groceries.
Groceries taken home can be disinfected easily. But when you bring your items home, you need to be careful.
“Wash produce. Remove boxes you don’t need or can’t disinfect. No matter what, you need to have a boundary in your home where potentially infected items cannot pass,” advises Hardy.