Store Comes up With a Genius Pricing Trick to Stop Hand Sanitizer Hoarding

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It’s no lie that medical supplies have been in short supply since the outbreak, hospitals have been inundated with patients, and doctors and nurses are doing all they can to ensure people are safe and recover as quickly as possible.

But amidst the coronavirus pandemic, there have come some truly ingenious stories. Keep scrolling for the clever way one store took a stand …

This is due to the unprecedented amount of people using their services. Unless you’re Jared Leto, you’ll be more than aware of the COVID-19 pandemic that is sweeping our planet.

We all know it’s believed to have come from the consumption of wild animals in China. But regardless of where it came from, this isn’t the issue anymore, what are we doing to tackle the outbreak?

And lockdowns have been set in place globally, including the likes of Italy and the United Kingdom – which was announced earlier this week by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Things have escalated out of control.

But little did he know of what was to come.

There are now a total of 54,941 cases across the country, and so far, 784 people have died from the virus.

And this is when things began to get really serious.

And it’s safe to say that the panic is well and truly setting in.

And this has left the shelves in supermarkets all around the world empty.

But it is also extremely selfish as nothing has been left for the elderly and vulnerable who aren’t able to easily access their local supermarkets.

And so many people around the world have been left without these vital day-to-day items.

But they simply won’t listen.

They came up with a unique method to prevent sanitizer hoarding.

These shortages don’t just hurt those who can’t get sanitizer, after all.

For you to stay safe, everyone needs access to clean hands. Got it?

Many out there are still trying to boost their own supplies of hand sanitizer without thinking of others.

“Dear Customers, We have a great responsibility to keep the business running, and we can only do that with everyone’s help and understanding.”

One bottle, $6. Two bottles, $200. Smart!

And we have to hope other shops will follow suit. Hoarding now comes with a hefty pricetag! If you currently have a lot of time on your hands over this quarantine period, scroll on to see everything coming to Netflix in April…