... toilet paper we're being recommended to eat for prevention and treatment
Ah... So that's what we're supposed to do with them. I have 37 rolls in my storage closet that I got a couple weeks ago before the virus left China. Thanks, Hajduk. Taking your advice, I ate half a roll this morning. I'm still sick to my stomach, but I don't have the Covid 19. So, you're right! It works!
Do you think guys at the International Space Station are worried
I have it from a reliable source at the supermarket that NASA's International Space Station flight director has ordered the astronauts to keep from being within 100 meters of each other in an attempt at preventing Covid 19 from spreading there. There is a scheduled space walk that NASA has required both astronauts to stay double that distance from each other since both astronauts are in an enclosed environment. Makes sense to me.
I also heard that Andrew Morgan, one of the ISS crew, has been found guilty of hoarding 100 rolls of toilet paper in his sleeping quarters on the space station and was selling each roll for $20 a piece to his crew-mates. The U.S. Space Agency could not charge him with the theft since none of the sold but unused rolls never left the premises but the Agency did charge Morgan with tax evasion since no income tax papers were filed for the sales. Al Capone was used as the precedent.