The Coronavirus Reality


Springfield police are looking for a man who allegedly gave a Walmart shopper a “Covid hug.”The police department in Massachusetts said the incident took place at a Walmart on August 15 around 7:10 p.m.The suspect, whom the victim had never seen before, took an item out of his hand and then gave him a hug.”Just giving you a Covid hug. You now have Covid,” the suspect said before laughing and walking away, according to the Springfield Police Department.

The victim is a cancer survivor, the police department said, adding that the suspect did the same thing to several other customers.The department is asking that anyone with information contact the detective bureau.

The Coronavirus Reality


Since the Coronavirus arrived in America people have been panicking to stock up on supplies in fear of the worse happening during the stay at home order.

First, there was a run on the grocery stores where everything disappeared from hand sanitizer to toilet paper.

Then I noticed all of the bicycles were sold out at places like Walmart, Target, and Academy.

Now, you can add three more items to that growing list which also included home exercise equipment.

If you make a stop at the stores that remain fully open you’ll notice they’ve sold out of computer printers and laptops.

A sales associate at Walmart says those items are all but gone because so many students are learning at home while parents are also working from home.

I also noticed many small appliances are starting to disappear off the shelves.

That list includes everything microwaves to air fryers and even the old school conventional ovens.

It’s likely because more people are spending time at home and they’re choosing to prepare their own meals.

We also can’t forget the fact many restaurants are closed or are doing only curbside service.

So what have you bought since the stay at home order around the country?

The Coronavirus Reality

Walmart Rewards Employees Big Time!

Two important developments from Walmart today showing how the company is supporting its associates and their local communities.

First, Walmart associates in Texas received a bonus in their paychecks today adding up to $18.87 million statewide. In all, Walmart gave associates $180 million in bonuses nationwide today.

When combined with the $365 million announced earlier this month, the company has committed close to $550 million in bonus payouts to its men and women serving on the front lines of these unprecedented times.

Second, Walmart announced today it reached its goal ofhiring an additional 200,000 associates nationwide.

Not only has the company helped provide work for almost a quarter million people impacted by COVID-19, they did so in less than six weeks.