You might notice something unusual, not to mention unfortunate, next time you try to stock up on bathroom supplies at your local grocery store.
Not just the bare shelves where hand sanitizer and cleansing wipes were plentiful only a few weeks ago, but the empty aisles where toilet paper usually abounds in quantities from single rolls to packages of more than a dozen.
Some are even adorned with signs limiting the number of purchases per customer.
Such caps have become a trend in the U.S. and Canada after supermarkets in the United Kingdom ran out and grocery stores across Australia hired security guards to make sure the rules are followed.
As we see more cities across the United States implement a “shelter in place,” if you happen to run low on toilet paper below are a few options to have it shipped directly to your residence.