Since April 3, 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that all Americans wear cloth, non-medical-grade face masks to prevent the spread of coronavirus. While these measures can help to reduce infection rates, staying at home is still considered the safest action you can take. However, while some activities like working remotely can be done from home, practicing self-isolation creates challenges regarding obtaining essential provisions like food and water.
Most agree that tap water isn't always the best tasting or most healthy water option around. Still, most are content to get all their drinking water straight from their sink. So, why the disconnect between what we would prefer and what we actually get? For some, the default is to do things the way they've always been done. For others, they would rather not pay extra for something perceived to be free.