Much Needed Wisdom Doled Out by 106-Year-Old Irish Woman.
With widespread panic-buying and stockpiling taking place at the moment. It is important for sensible heads to weigh in at a time like this.
Cue Nancy Stewart, a 106-year-old Meath woman who has some timely advice. Born October 16th 1913, she has seen two World War's and the world change around her.
She took to facebook yesterday to tell of the importance of hand-washing and social distancing.
Stewart states ''I'm sick here listening to all this about panic-buying''.
The Centurion implored the public ''don't be panic-buying'' and to wash your hands ''with soap or water or any other disinfectant''.
Check out the video below:
(Credit: Louise Coghlan)
In a time of panic we all need to hear calm words like Nancy's.
She signs off with ''do what I am telling you and we'll have a nice country''.