We can bring the fresh produce from the farmers market to many more people by sending the vendors into neighborhoods.
Yesterday a produce vendor/grower brought his truck into our neighborhood to allow anyone to buy the produce he had with him. People came out of their homes to buy from him. Many people in my area either can't get to the store (they're elderly or are caring for small children) or are not going to the store out of fear of contamination or because the lines are too long. The typical delivery services only go to the house of the individual order. This idea is reminiscent of what happens all over Latin America: vendors drive down streets and announce their presence and their goods over a loud speaker attached to the car. It's effective.
In what ways did you change your behaviors as a result of this resource?
We continue to look for more ways to avoid going out, being near other people. We also continue to look for ways to help our elderly or single parent neighbors find ways to get what they need and maintain social distance at the same time.
What information do you feel you are missing about COVID-19?
What is happening to people who are sick but recover? How long does it take? What do they feel like? What is the trajectory of the virus in an individual?