An Alaskan grocer is personally keeping the residents of his small town fed by taking 14-hour boat rides to Costco every single week during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, CNN reported.
Toshua Parker lives in Gustavus, a remote Alaskan region that is only accessible by boat or plane. Unfortunately, the pandemic has effectively shut down the state's ferry system, thus preventing essential supply shipments from reaching the small town.
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