Melbourne woman Emily — who asked not to use her last name for privacy reasons — has been making pickles and sauerkraut.
“I live with my girlfriend and she has quite severe asthma so we’re both in the high-risk category and we’re both taking this pretty serious,” she said.
“You’re more likely to get sick, more likely to have worse symptoms and complications from being sick because of your [compromised] immune system,” she said.
Emily worries people are being too flippant about potentially spreading the virus to elderly or immunocompromised people.
“I have conversations with customers who are saying ‘everyone is being hysterical’ and they’re just trying to ‘live life’ and they’re still going to the tennis club,” she said.

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