Our Governor is shutting things back down little by little starting today. Apparently no dine in options so all bars/restaurants are carry out only, or maybe outside dinning? I honestly haven't read through the details, but we also don't do any kind of dine in, we always bring it home with the exception of eating at a nearby restaurant out on the picnic table last month. I worked the horse race meet in Oct, and didn't hear of any issues. Although I do know one media person that had it prior to attending the end of the meet, and she had no symptoms so when she tested positive she was surprised and said nobody around her - roommates, etc. got it, so she still doesn't know where she got it. Major horse racing 2 day event a couple of weeks ago, I worked 9 days straight, wasn't in close proximity with many people, but there were still a lot of people there and thousands for the actual races, and so far I've only heard of 1 employee positive. We had 22-23 people there on our team and so far so good. My daughter and I are getting our last post race test done in an hour. I guess the toilet paper and paper towel craze is starting yet again. I went shopping Wed of last week and there was lots of toilet paper, big packs, small packs, large displays in the middle of the wide aisle with the big packs. I went this Wed? Barely anything on the shelves! Ugh. Funny thing is, go around the corner and napkins were completely stocked lol I have to go back either tomorrow morning or Sun morning to get a turkey. I don't have freezer space so it has to go in the bottom of the fridge. We'll have some inlaws over for Thanksgiving, but we are around these same inlaws regularly - my son works with their sons, and the boys are always here or there. Otherwise it'll be a quiet Turkey day here at home, unless we're working on the new barn! I may also be starting a job next week, part time at our grocery. Fingers crossed it works out and I don't bring the virus home that way, but really need the income.