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‘It’s insane that people are doing this’ Concerns over pandemic have customers buying in bulk By KRYSTAL NURSE The Sun Toilet paper? Gone. Paper towels? Gone. Disinfectant? Gone. Hand sanitizer? Gone. Higher-than-normal volumes and purchases in stores have made managers restructure the work force, restocking methods and more as public reaction to COVID-19 (or the novel coronavirus strain) has left shelves empty, and some shoppers searching for answers. “We’re trying to get the products in the stores and we’re not able to,” said Ronald H. Murphy, vice president at Murphy’s Markets. “We’re

having difficulty sourcing the things we would typically carry for.” Murphy’s and the ShopRite of Medford are both experiencing severe shortages in hand sanitizer, disinfectant products, paper products (paper towels, toilet paper, napkins, etc.) and cleaning supplies such as bleach. Murphy said he has seen items sell out since New Jersey’s coronavirus cases have risen. ShopRite was experiencing the same effects with longer than usual lines at registers and self check out. On March 13, Assistant Store Manager Rob Taylor joined his fellow managers please see STORES, page 5 KRYSTAL NURSE/The Sun

George Noecker of Medford Lakes looks at the empty toilet paper shelves. Local grocery stores are experiencing shortages due to concerns about the novel COVID-19 virus. For more pictures, see page 4.

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Staff, employees and students of the Lenape Regional High School District have been recognized by the superintendent as the coronavirus pandemic continues to require virtual education. Superintendent Carol Birnbohm recognized the Burlington County Health Department’s coordination with county superintendents and the state Department of Education to order schools closed. “I’ve been well informed leading up to a potential close,” Birnbohm shared. “We were prepared for the closure and made decisions every step of the way, moving up to the close with the guidance of the Burlington County Health Department.” Tempering her emotions, the

superintendent thanked district administrators and central office staff for relaying information to students, teachers and the public — describing the district as “prepared.” “That is the word I would say for our district,” Birnbohm said. “That is because of the incredible people that work in our school district.” Birnbohm also noted that all teachers separated by department to collaborate on how virtual instruction should proceed. Students were kept in the loop, she added, about possible closures during the week of March 13. Teachers reminded students to gather everything from their lockers to take home as a closure date was considered. “Please give any senior a safe, virtual hug because this is not the senior year they signed up for,” Birnbohm mentioned. “Be very empathetic for our seniors. Be caring for them and send them extra love.” As a slide show about home instruction was shown on a large screen – and with the board spread out safely – Birnbohm reminded members that students will be more prepared for future careers as they experience remote learning. A cancellation of Scholastic Assessment Tests (SAT) appeared moot for those applying to colleges as the tests will not “measure the resiliency these kids are going to get from this,” Birnbohm insisted. Colleges will gain first-year students who have prior knowledge on adapting to emergency situations like the pandemic, she added. “I wanted to put some things out there, and I could go on and on about how incredible our teachers, counselors, nurses, bus drivers delivering meals, custodians, secretaries — everybody in our organization has really gone above and beyond to find some sense of normalcy in a situation that nobody has ever experienced,” Birnbohm con-

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Local grocery stores ShopRite of Medford and Murphy’s Markets of Tabernacle and Medford are experiencing shortages of toilet paper, sanitizing items, gloves, masks and other household supplies as panicked shoppers purchase large quantities of items. Pictured clockwise from above: ShopRite of Medford customer Dina Hess of Marlton compares available aspirin products as the store experiences low supply of aspirin relief. Rob Taylor, assistant manager at ShopRite of Medford, listens to the other managers and employees relaying messages over his walkie-talkie. A sign all too familiar to Murphy’s Markets customers, posted in the paper products and household cleaning aisles. Cashiers are inundated with long lines at checkout as ShopRite of Medford experiences a heavy volume of shoppers. ShopRite customers take a look at the depleted stock of toilet paper.


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Stores: Customers flock to buy supplies in wake of pandemic continued from page 1 in directing shoppers to specific aisles. Shoppers filling their weekly grocery lists lingered in the paper products aisle searching for what was left. “It’s insane that people are doing this because they’re not leaving stuff for people that do need it,” ShopRite customer Edward Tamburo Jr. said. “There might be an individual who has parents, their husbands, wives and others that needs toilet paper, that needs something. “You’ve got to work together and watch out for each other.” ShopRite of Medford has yet to respond to an inquiry from The Sun as it deals with the high volume of customers. Murphy said shelves have been restocked slowly as his stores’ supplier is focused on getting household products to governments, health care professionals, schools and other places that “have a greater need.” Multiple purchases spurred

by the pandemic have nearly wiped out ShopRite’s stock of meats, bread and cleaning supplies.. “They’re stockpiling this and they don’t need it,” Tamburo said. “I’m going to be a grandfather soon and I want to make sure I’m OK, my wife, who’s a teacher, (and) my daughter are OK.” As of deadline, Murphy’s Markets had not yet seen the same effects in its meat departments. Store employees were directed to wipe down self-checkouts and registers for disinfecting. In hindsight, Murphy said the company should have imposed strict quantity limits so everyone could get supplies. “We weren’t able to buy in the amount of quantities they (ShopRite) were, so by the time it came time to order those products in the store, we weren’t able to put the limits on products because we were sold out of them,” he explained. Tamburo believes the shop-

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as possible, and as much as possible, so that the community can get what they need and feel safe, and have the things they need to stay safe at home,” Murphy reiterated.

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“We have to pull together in times of need,” Tamburo added. “I don’t care about your political views, religion — if you need toilet paper, I will give it to you. We’ve got to come together.”

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‘We want to protect everyone’: Doctors discuss COVID-19 Regional medical facilities taking steps to protect, treat residents By KRYSTAL NURSE The Sun Constant changes in how the nation is fighting the coronavirus have caused hospitals and medical offices to alter visitation policies and push for patients to follow their advice. Dr. Charles Scott, chair of Advocare Doctors’ Coronavirus Task Force — who practices general pediatric care at Advocare Medford and Mansfield Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine — explained that COVID-19, or novel coronavirus, has symptoms similar to the flu and pneumonia, both of which are common this time of year. “Respiratory difficulties, fevers and dry coughs,” he said, “those are similar to the flu, pneumonia and others. Oftentimes, you can’t tell the difference.”

Pneumonia, typically a bacterial infection, can be detected by a doctor listening to a patient’s chest and hearing a “crackling sound with the lungs,” as doctors have described it. They say it is similar to the sound of Velcro opening. The pandemic has forced systems like Jefferson Health and Virtua Health to forbid visitors in the main hospitals and units, unless an exception is made. Jefferson Health started curtailing its elective surgeries on March 13. Virtua’s visitation guidelines can be viewed by visiting Virtua. org “There are innumerable circumstances where exceptions may be appropriate, so surgeon discretion is advised,” Nicole Pensiero, corporate director of communications at Jefferson, said in an email. “We are also recommending transitioning

procedures to ambulatory centers if appropriate and feasible.” Scott emphasized social distancing, since the virus can be spread by a cough or sneeze from a person in close contact. Distancing is one of the ways to “flatten the curve,” doctors say, meaning to restrict the virus’ spread. Helping the elderly and immuno-compromised population stay protected has been the priority of health officials, since the probability of fatal complications is higher in that demographic, Scott said. “If you’re not essential to be at work, stay home,” he added. “Limit the amounts of needing to go out; go get your groceries, but know what you need. Social distancing is important, hand washing for 20 seconds and mind your coughs and sneezes.” In the event of COVID-19 symptoms or the flu, Scott urges

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