New York's first class run for the Hamptons to stay away from coronavirus 
New York’s elite run for the Hamptons to avoid coronavirus
New York's first class run for the Hamptons to stay away from coronavirus 
As coronavirus clears the globe, ending the financial exchange, placing whole nations into isolate and causing runs on Purell, the affluent are more ready than most — and they're holding up out the pandemic in heaven. 

"We're made a beeline for the Hamptons with my bourbon and Lysol wipes," Upper East Sider Julie Macklowe tells Bloomberg, including that her children will have FaceTime playdates starting now and into the foreseeable future. 

East Hampton merchants are bracing for an expansion in requests, and some accept the pandemic may demonstrate a decent open door for Hamptons occupants to figure out how to set up their own nourishment. 

Wealthy New Yorkers who don't effectively possess homes in the expensive excursion villa are rapidly attempting to make sure about one — at any cost. 

"I've gotten such huge numbers of solicitations to lease at the present time, at the earliest opportunity," Compass agent Victoria Shtainer says of the very high offers she's gotten for her Southampton home, which is as of now available to be purchased. "Insane sums offered," she says of what individuals are happy to pay. 

Aspen, Colorado-based specialist Tim Kruse tells Bloomberg, "The rich won't really approach things that the regular individual won't approach," however he has still had some of the patients he makes house calls to inquire as to whether they can get coronavirus antibodies. "The appropriate response is no. They simply need to know," says Kruse.