Here in my part of UK, it is boiling hot with wall to wall sunshine (you are allowed to not like me for that!). Seriously though, I have help from the Bulldog brigade - namely my two daughters. Both teenagers, they make sure on our weekly shopping, that any one who approaches my wheelchair is 'persuaded' to keep back (hence the Bulldog brigade!). Although wheelchair bound, no great upper limb movement and no speech, it doesn't mean that I am considered vulnerable and therefore require to self isolate, but it does mean I have to go to the stores or the kids and the dogs/cats won't get fed!. My wife has bad asthma and that means she has to isolate. The main thing is the kindness and strength of purpose I see in all the shop staff, security, social distance enforcers - they all deserve our profound gratitude and respect. I do use the 'old and infirm' shopping hours and the stores make it as easy as possible and for that we all thank them.