First Entry of Our Survival Journal

We live in a small city in Upstate New York. The pandemic panic has finally reached us. I usually don't see too many people at Walmart, but today everyone was buying their survival needs for the upcoming weeks. Toilet paper, paper towels, cleaning supplies, eggs, drinking water, and most of the non-perishable foods are gone.  Tuna and soup cans are sold out fast. Shelves are empty! It feels like Black Friday! I am so glad that we started to stock up 2 weeks ago. Right now, Walmart is in total chaos!

Shelves for toilet paper and paper towels are empty in our local Walmart
Canned foods are selling out fast!
Frozen fruits and vegetables are also selling out fast!
Isopropyl is sold out at a Walmart in a nearby town in PA
Water, eggs, milk are all running out in Wegmans 

Our local Walmart store normally operates 24/7, but due to the Coronavirus, the store hours are now between 6am to 11pm. The store clerks still have to work throughout the night to stock up the shelves for the next day.  As I walked through the aisles of non-perishable foods, the store clerks were so busy keeping up with the demand for canned foods. We learned that some Walmarts are currently closed down due too the high demand for survival products. I am not sure how long this is going to last and how many people will this COVID-19 affect. But for now, this is how we are going to live for the next few months. 
March 15, 2020 / by / 0 Comments

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