Hurricane Isaias snapped trees and knocked out power as it blew through the Bahamas on Saturday and headed toward the US state of Florida, where officials said they were closing beaches, parks and coronavirus testing sites. (Aug 1)
- But, yeah, [INAUDIBLE].
- Oh, OK, because I'm just--
- We shopped for a little bit of groceries. It's not going to hit us that hard, so we didn't do the extreme shopping that we usually did last time there was a hurricane. And we're just staying home because it's not that of a big hurricane to, like, panic about it and, like, you know, load up on a lot of supplies.
I feel that the public is really panicking because it's a hurricane. And we're in the middle of a pandemic. So it's like weird because we thought that we had enough with corona. So then as a hurricane is coming, so people are panicking even more about it.