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Coronavirus runs on toilet paper and disinfectant wipes are back as COVID-19 surges

When Deirdre clocked in for his quarter to one The WinCo Foods supermarket in Seattle at 4 a.m. Monday, the store shelves were stocked with paper towels and toilet paper. Based on customer buying habits over the past few months, this should have been more than enough to meet demand.

But within hours, Deirdre – who, like other grocery store workers in this story, asked that his last name not be released to speak candidly about his workplace – and his team realized that it wasn’t. wasn’t just another Monday.

The toilet paper was moving so fast that at 1 p.m. Deirdre and his colleagues decided to implement limits on the number of items each customer could purchase. And just an hour later, at the end of her shift, she remembers, “We were already where you could see the back walls.

“They’re going really fast now,” she told the Daily Beast.

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