Louisiana is one of the places in the US that's hardest hit by the virus. This is literally how I feel driving around the French Quarter in the daytime now, only difference being that so many of the French Quarter buildings are now boarded up as protection against looters and vandals. And I don't have a convertible or a Smith and Wesson M-76.
Somehow all of the Usual Suspects have face masks of the sort that out medical providers are begging for. Wish I knew which welfare store was handing them out. And most of these fools just have them hanging around their necks while they sit around on corners in close proximity to other fools. This is how it's spreading despite orders for everyone to stay off the streets and avoid contact with each other. And the ambulance service just put extra trucks on due to the overload as every third asshole with the sniffles seems to be demanding rides to the ER now to "get checked out". The hospitals are close to overload now with all of these non-emergency panic cases.
The gun shops are low on guns and almost out of ammo. One range is refusing to sell any more range practice ammo to anyone who isn't buying a new defensive handgun. They're saving what little they have for new gun buyers.Sure glad I stocked up years ago. Grateful for the new rifles I got this year now too.
As for me and the dogs, we're watching movies like Omega man and loading magazines. And eating ice cream. Because we ain't skeered.