Kansas City Confronts COVID Booze Shortage

As the American supply chain breaks down, this could be the most devastating crisis of them all. Something that make the toilet paper shortage look like fun & games.

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Why Liquor Shortages Caused By The COVID-19 Pandemic Persist In Some States

A fair warning for your next trip to the liquor store: Several states across the U.S. are still experiencing booze shortages related to COVID-19, and it's unclear when supply will be able to meet demand. Early in the pandemic, it was common to find libations low in stock after some liquor stores briefly closed amid statewide lockdowns and skyrocketing consumer demand for alcohol.

The next pandemic-related shortage? Wine and liquor

Sales of wine, beer and liquor soared during the pandemic as many of us took to nightly cocktail hours during lockdown. But according to NPR, liquor shortages are still continuing in some states including Vermont, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio. It all has to do with supply chain issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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