Wicker and Wilde came across this article and wanted to pass this information on. Especially since grocery stores are limiting some supplies due to high demand.
Hand soap - Washing hands regularly is the best way to prevent the virus from spreading, the CDC recommends doing it for at least 20-seconds with soap and water.
Canned goods in water - Load up on cans of black beans, pinto beans, tuna, tomatoes and such and get the ones in water, so the liquid can be used to rehydrate dried goods in a pinch.
Dried goods - Things like rice, lentils, oats, and pasta last forever in the pantry. Same with nuts.
A few bottles of bleach - For disinfecting surfaces around the house.
Cold medicine/prescriptions - Get whatever your go-to cold and cough medicines are and you may want to get an additional month of meds if you or your kid is on a prescription to save the hassle of getting to the pharmacy later, just in case.
Frozen fruit and veggies - They’re nearly as nutritious as fresh produce, but last a lot longer.
Baby food/formula/diapers - Even if you don’t need it now, you’ll use it eventually.
Tissues - Stock up on extra boxes and treat yourself to the good ones.
Paper towels/toilet paper - Get enough to last 30 days, they’re necessities and you’re going to use them.
Screen disinfectant - The CDC advises regularly cleaning “high-touch” surfaces, which includes phones, tablets, remotes, and screens. Rubbing alcohol, window cleaner, dish soap, vinegar, and disinfectant wipes could damage surfaces, so stick with approved screen-cleaning products.
Laundry detergent and dish soap - You’ll still need to wash clothes, dishes, and sippy cups, so load up now.