While the government plans to issue a state of emergency to 1 metropolitan area and 3 prefectures on the 7th, drugstores in Tokyo are sufficient this time for masks and disinfectants that were out of stock during the previous state of emergency. We are calling for you to respond calmly as the supply system is in place.
At the drugstore in Shibuya, Tokyo, when a state of emergency was declared in Tokyo on April 7, last year, masks, disinfectants, and sanitary goods such as hand soaps were in short supply, and the products finally arrived. Even if they were lined up in the store, they were sold out immediately.
However, this time, there was no confusion and the number of customers was normal.
According to this drugstore, in addition to masks and disinfectants, paper products such as toilet paper are in stock, and arrivals from manufacturers are normal.
Munehisa Iitaka, the manager of "Sansenri Yakuhin Udagawa Store", said, "At the time of the last state of emergency, once the masks arrived, they disappeared in a blink of an eye, but so far there has been no major change in sales. Toilet paper We have enough paper in stock, so please keep calm. "