• It hasn't really made much difference to me, yet. My job is considered "Essential," and I generally eat cheap food anyway.
  • I bought a can of disinfectant wipes for less than $4. I don't usually use them. I use bleach water at home. I got them in case someone else needed them. That's all I can think of.
  • I've been prepared. Everyone thought I was goofy, but now........?
    • Linda Joy
      You're still goofy!
  • I always “was” a stocker upper.. so now it’s called hoarding :(
    • bostjan64
      It was always called hoarding, it's just that the acceptable limits are changing.
    • Cry me a River
      If juice is on sale and I have money, well...
    • Archie Bunker
      I never did understand the toilet paper thing, though. That was just dumb.
  • I am retired and live on my pension so it hasn't effected me very much. Actually I am saving money so I am getting ahead of the game.
  • I'm so thankful I'm not one who has been financially affected other than prices going up from inflation. However, I've been blessed with medical care and transportation at no cost to myself, for which I am very thankful to the taxpayers! I've also been helped by members of my Church and neighbors. And social workers both from the VA Hospital and UAB's oncology radiation department which helped me get rides to radiation treatments. What about you? Has the virus affected your finances?
  • It didn't. I am financially stable, and besides, my job is essential, so I was able to work during the lockdown.

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