I've tried once a fifteen years ago, during a trip to Peru. It's actualky a delicacy there, the "cuy". Very good. Although it was with no sauce at all, just grilled.
And also, like Selks said: be. careful. Wash hands for at least 20 seconds, use when you can a hydroalcoholic solution, keep at least 6 feet/1.80m between you an another person.
That was a message from the French Health Ministry.
so, second day at work: nothing special, however, I had to be careful at one point, by putting in special containers some medicines that belonged to a person recently deceased from the COVID. That means after this, change of gloves and masks and disinfecting my forearms.
Also, I have received some troubling news: since France is undergoing a shortage of masks and gloves, in the voming weeks, the health professionals located in dangerous areas will only receive 18 masks per week and per professional.
third day: as usual, sorting medicines we received, serving patients, and I even prepared some hydroalcoholc solution. Only for the pharmacy's staff though.
And as usual, masks, gloves and overall blouse.
And don't worry, I'm still fine, no symptoms
Indeed, stay safe!
Here in Germany, people continue buying stuff as if there were no tomorrow. I've seen people leaving a supermarket with ten crates of water and more (and I've already mentioned the toilet paper and flour thing ...). On top of everything, in some German cities, people were meeting up in parks to celebrate 'Corona-Parties'! Should there be a total curfew on either federal or state level soon, we already know the idiots we can thank for that.
WTF? Here in France, you have to stay at home, and to get out, you have to sign a paper saying if you're either going for shopping, for your health, or for a light physical activity alone. The fine for not respecting that is currently of 375 euros.
Seriously guys, I don't want to insult Angela, but what is she waiting for? That the situation becomes as bad as in France?
It isn't unlikely to be the same here soon, if it goes on like that. Of course, the situation is nowhere near as horrible as in France or Italy, but I wouldn't wish to wait for it to catch up with their numbers, if I had any say ...
One must also add, that most measurements so far have been taken by state governments, not by the German federal government, and this will surely continue to be the case. As much as French centralism leaves me bemused, you guys do have an advantage for once ...
Hm, with tanks that don't move, guns that don't shoot, planes that don't fly, and ships that cost a billion to repair, I'd have little hope about that. ^^