Day 10 of the 2nd Confinement
Still no sign of anything getting better.
✑ In shopping centres, supermarkets, multi-store shops, hypermarkets, only the shelves of basic necessities or products whose sale is authorised are accessible. The following products can therefore be offered for sale:
– food and drinks;
– hardware products (including kitchenware, small electrical appliances, batteries, light bulbs) and DIY products;
– drugstore (washing and maintenance products and articles for cleaning);
– medical devices for the general public and masks;
– childcare articles, including clothing for newborns and infants;
– hygiene, toiletries and beauty products (personal hygiene products, deodorants, shaving, hair products, make-up);
– haberdashery ;
– stationery and press;
– computer and telecommunication products;
– products for pets;
– seeds and fertilisers;
– vehicle maintenance products.
✑ Meteo – I hope we can avoid the rain and manage to go out for our walk.
Within the constraining limit of the imposed 1km radius, we have decided to go out every day and make the most of it.
The weather was too bad yesterday so we “had” to stay in. Instead of the daily walk, I went on my exercise bike for a while.