Private jets flock to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket as thousands of wealthy 'virus refugees' escape the cities, angering locals who say they'll wipe out their grocery stores and bring coronavirus with them
- Locals on Nantucket and Martha's Vinyard complain of huge off-season influx
- Ultra-rich are fleeing the coronavirus pandemic to hide out in summer homes
- Residents fear they may run out of groceries and ask for ferry hours to be cut
- Nantucket hospital warns it has no intensive care unit and limited ventilators
Although the summer busy season doesn't start until May, year-round residents say that the ferries are now packed with cars with New York, and private jets have been pouring into the airports.