I’m not sure I’m worried about food shortages as much as I am about how people are going to be able to work, pay for food, rent, etc. The bigger picture. Closing things down for a couple of weeks isn’t going to kill us but there isn’t a guarantee that this situation is going to be resolved in a couple of weeks. Eventually, things are going to come due to people who are unable to work at these Backstreet Boys 27th anniversary shirt, casinos, schools, aren’t going to have any money to buy the food from these fully stocked shelves. When did this crop up in China? December and only now they are starting to open things up again? Oh and they still have cases cropping up. Darren Palmer, for perishables, assumes, for example, we’re only discussing green peppers. So the farmer has to keep working, some won’t. So that diminishes the availability of that product. Next, someone has to get it to a likely middle man corporation, which involves a truck driven by a human, who may or may not show up to work. Followed by a factory worker to box/package the GP. Followed by a worker to deliver it to your local market, followed by a worker to put it on a shelf. What if some or all of those ppl are sick and don’t show up? What if the farmer says he’s not producing? What if the truck company exercises social distancing and stops the shuttling period? What if we’re all on national quarantine? There are a lot of hiccups that can take place. I initially thought like you that everyone crushed the stores at once, but bc they all bought varied quantities, we wouldn’t all return at once and so there’d be food whenever we all inevitability went back. Not 100% sure anymore with so much uncertainty from point A to point B.