"The empty panick"

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No one

Description

When my family and I go grocery shopping it's not even the back of our minds to not find a grocery item in the store. Out of stock, sure, in the back of the store, of course, but to walk in and see countless rows from food to clothes just magically gone, something hits you that you wouldn't dream of... panic.
Seeing people run up and down the aisle, having two to three carts full of groceries makes you think the world is going to end. But a quick naive though slipt into our minds seeing this and it was just that people were overreacting and panicking for no reason. I was wrong, my family was wrong, my small county town was wrong and all that kept growing was our fears of the future.
It was at this point that I began to realize that this was the beginning of how our world is put to a halt in a matter of weeks.

Coverage

To show the effects this pandemic has had on consumers and societal needs

Creator

Maria Socarras and her family

Publisher

Springfield College

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Contributor

Maria Socarras

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wALMART.jpg

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Citation

Maria Socarras and her family, “"The empty panick",” Springfield College COVID-19 Experience, accessed May 20, 2022, https://sccovid19.omeka.net/items/show/115.

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