Tamela Mann's husband, David, takes to Instagram to share a thought-provoking video of a store queue amid coronavirus pandemic.
David's video showed him standing on a long line of people who wanted to shop for groceries at a store. The fifty-three-year-old lamented in his video, explaining that he had come to the store nearly an hour before they opened. His caption read:
"I made a SAMS's run this morning. I guess everyone had the same idea. #themanns."
Tamela Mann attends the 33rd annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards at the Orleans Arena on March 24, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. | Photo: Getty Images
David couldn't believe how outrageous the line was and comically asked viewers if anyone had some rice to spare, that was what he went out to get anyway. His ranting quickly escalated into rebuking coronavirus "binding the corona demon," demanding that it should leave soon.
Fans took to the comment section of the post to sympathize with the poor man who "just needed some rice." Others shared similar experiences and shared in David's innate desire to have coronavirus done and defeated.
Slow Store Queues are not the only worrisome thing about the pandemic.
Several state governments, including New York, California and Michigan, released general orders to citizens asking them to stay at home during this time of crisis.
The order was a part of the measures being taken by the government to ensure that the spread of the disease is crippled. This movement restriction is just another thing on the list of issues the pandemic has brought on. The coronavirus response coordinator at the Whitehouse, Deborah Birx, revealed on "Today":
"The (distancing) we have put in place over the last eight days ... you won't see the impact of that for at least another seven or 14 days."
She added that the social distancing was indeed helping matters and that cases reported in the country had most likely been exposed and sick more than fourteen weeks before the order. More than five hundred coronavirus deaths have been recorded in the US so far.
Several influential people and companies have contributed immensely to providing facilities and equipment to make the challenging period easier.
These include Ford, which announced that it was working closely with associated companies to provide more masks and ventilators to protect medical personal and treat patients.
In his video, David wore a respiratory face mask which is another of the precautionary measures advised by health organizations.
The actor and his wife, Tamela have overcome ups and downs in their marriage and this pandemic preventing them — and many others across the country— from getting some rice and other basic amenities, will hopefully pass too.
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