When our government imposed Enhanced Community Quarantine last March 2020, I experienced doing shopping alone and it was a very stressful one.
With that experience, my wife and I thought of a solution on how to help solve the COVID-19 crisis here in the Philippines. And just like everyone else thinks, the thing that could potentially help us fight against the crisis is a total lockdown for at least 1 month. In that way, there will be no people outside, the virus will not spread, and the list of positive cases can be determined immediately. But that’s not possible, because we need food to survive for at least 1 month. We need some sort of access to food and essential needs. We can’t rely on the government alone, we need to think of a solution on how people can have access to food and essential needs during the lockdown.
One day, my wife was just browsing on Facebook, and she saw our local city’s Facebook group. In that group, some people were selling their products like Baked Foods, Kimchi, homemade spaghetti, freshly baked bread, and many more.