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  • Three weeks after Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced a mandatory stay-at-home order, dish soap and cleaners remain out of stock. New shipments arrive a few times during the week, and customers are limited to two items per person yet demand cannot be met.

  • Three weeks after Governor Larry Hogan announced a mandatory stay-at-home order, the cleaning supply aisle for wood surfaces and kitchens had few items on the shelves. Stores can restock only a few times out of the week and customers are limited to two per person.

  • The Safeway grocery store is located in Fort Washington, Maryland. Two months after the federal government expressed the importance of social distancing, the store installed large red stickers on the ground to control the flow of traffic.

  • The cup and plate aisle, like other paper products, is low in stock. The inventory is missing napkins and numerous brands of plates and cups.

  • The laundry aisle of Safeway is low in stock except for dishwasher detergent.

  • The Safeway Grocery store’s lunch meat aisle shows some promise of items, unlike much of the surrounding aisles and shelves.

  • Products like paper towels and toilet paper have been extremely hard to find during the pandemic, due to consumer stockpiling. The entire aisle at this Safeway is completely out of stock. Store managers are limiting customers to two per person due to the high demand.

  • In addition to the stickers placed on the ground to control traffic flow, stickers were placed on the ground to show customers where to stand to be six-feet apart while in the checkout line.

  • After the announcement of a mandatory stay-at-home order, the seafood bin had only item in stock as shoppers have bought much of the grocery store’s inventory due to the fallout from COVID-19.

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Safeway Grocery Store Has Trouble Keeping Shelves Full

Local Grocery Store Has Little Inventory due to COVID-19

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