Don’t rush the Dutch Prime Minister: “Our toilet paper is enough for us to use for ten years”

According tomedia reports, when everyone is locked up at home for the new coronavirus outbreak reserves when the most wanted thing, that is, toilet paper. Yet at least one country has enough toilet paper reserves to sustain a decade of population use. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has said the Dutch do not have to worry about running out of toilet paper, Reuters reported.

Mr Rutte points out that the basic bathroom items have reappeared on store shelves since people began panicking last week. “In the next 10 years, there will be enough (toilet paper) in the country,” Rutte told a shopper during a visit to the supermarket. “

The new coronavirus, discovered in Wuhan, China, late last year, is linked to a series of coronaviruses such as SARS and MERS. WHO has classified its COVID-19 outbreak as a pandemic.

Now, the epidemic is changing the way people live, forcing people around the world to stay at home and isolate themselves from others. The crisis has forced the closure of schools, restaurants and bars around the world.

The blockade and concerns about the new corona virus have led to a steady stream of people flocking to shops, pharmacies and corner grocery stores in the hope of keeping up with everyday items before staying at home. In the United States, people pay special attention to toilet paper. From California to Iowa, toilet paper from shops was ransacked. But most experts believe that store shelves should soon be replenished, and toilet paper makers are assuring the public that they are producing and delivering toilet paper as quickly as possible.