We Are Being Warned That The Coronavirus Could Cause “Shortages” And “Empty Shelves” Here In The United States

Friday, February 28, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Michael Snyder
EndOfTheAmericnanDream.com
February 27, 2020

We have already seen it happen all over the globe. In China it is becoming increasingly difficult for ordinary citizens to get essential supplies, there have been very long lines to buy face masks in Hong Kong and elsewhere, and in Italy crazed residents have stripped store shelves empty of pasta and other staples in recent days. As the number of confirmed cases continues to rise at a very frightening pace, the “panic buying” that we have been witnessing is going to get even worse. Meanwhile, global supply chains are becoming increasingly strained due to this coronavirus outbreak, and it has already become quite difficult for many stores to get certain things for their customers.

Here in the United States, we have never experienced anything like this. We are accustomed to stores that are absolutely teeming with products, and any “shortages” are usually very temporary.

But now we are being warned to expect empty store shelves in the months ahead if this outbreak becomes a worldwide pandemic…

Coronavirus has the potential to become a global pandemic, temporarily emptying retail store shelves in the coming months and depressing some consumer-facing businesses, experts say, with government officials advising families to take measured steps to stock up on certain essentials.HERE

2 Responses to “We Are Being Warned That The Coronavirus Could Cause “Shortages” And “Empty Shelves” Here In The United States”

  1. Robert Edward Lee

    Gee … why is Jade Helm 19 rolling out NOW ????

    https://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article240651992.html

    #1218
  2. Marie Joy

    http://www.walmart.com has an unusual number of “out of stock” products.

    #1228
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