Despite there being over 200,000 cases of coronavirus confirmed in the United States, a market in Southern California remained flooded with shoppers.
The confirmed cases of coronavirus continues to rise by day globally, and various governments have since advised their citizens to practice social distancing, but it seems people at a popular farmers market in Santa Monica, still don’t get the idea.
According to an exclusive report by TMZ, shoppers remained cramped together on the westside of L.A.
The White House recently predicted that with the current social distancing guidelines, as much as 100,000 to 240,000 might die from the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Tony Fauci, the White House Coronavirus co-ordinator and also the director of of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has painted a very bad picture for Americans, as the confirmed cases in the country surpasses 180,000.