Doing his part to slow COVID-19


Gordon White, of Sidney, walks out of Walmart on Tuesday, March 31. White wore a face mask to Walmart to protect against COVID-19. White said he has asthma, heart issues and kidney issues which could lead to life threatening complications if he were to contract COVID-19. White also wears the mask because he doesn’t want to contract the virus and pass it on to his co-workers.

Gordon White, of Sidney, walks out of Walmart on Tuesday, March 31. White wore a face mask to Walmart to protect against COVID-19. White said he has asthma, heart issues and kidney issues which could lead to life threatening complications if he were to contract COVID-19. White also wears the mask because he doesn’t want to contract the virus and pass it on to his co-workers.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Gordon White, of Sidney, walks out of Walmart on Tuesday, March 31. White wore a face mask to Walmart to protect against COVID-19. White said he has asthma, heart issues and kidney issues which could lead to life threatening complications if he were to contract COVID-19. White also wears the mask because he doesn’t want to contract the virus and pass it on to his co-workers.

Gordon White, of Sidney, walks out of Walmart on Tuesday, March 31. White wore a face mask to Walmart to protect against COVID-19. White said he has asthma, heart issues and kidney issues which could lead to life threatening complications if he were to contract COVID-19. White also wears the mask because he doesn’t want to contract the virus and pass it on to his co-workers.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2020/04/web1_SDN040220MaskedMan-1.jpgGordon White, of Sidney, walks out of Walmart on Tuesday, March 31. White wore a face mask to Walmart to protect against COVID-19. White said he has asthma, heart issues and kidney issues which could lead to life threatening complications if he were to contract COVID-19. White also wears the mask because he doesn’t want to contract the virus and pass it on to his co-workers. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News