Coronavirus Surge Has Store Shelves Empty
I will never forgive ya'll for how ya'll acted over toilet paper.
When the COVID-19 pandemic first began, stores were found with bare shelves due to customers stockpiling. It got so bad that retailers had to limit certain items such as toilet paper and hand sanitizers. It seems like the same thing is repeating, but only now do stores claim they have things under control.
According to KWTX, Walmart claims the demand for certain items has risen again, and some locations are having trouble keeping shelves stocked.
The most significant supply issues have been seen with paper products and cleaning supplies, but unlike last time, large chain stores have a plan to ensure that people won't go without.
Amazon is working with manufacturers to get items paper towels, disinfecting wipes, and hand sanitizers in stock. Walmart is also cracking down on limiting items to customers.
I know this pandemic is scary, but please don't panic and buy all of the essential stuff up! Everyone needs toilet paper and whatnot, and I promise stores will restock by the time you finish the first pack.
Please don't embarrass me!