You know all of the shortages of food product, cleaning product, paper goods product, etc., are just about over, at least in the Midwest anyway. The smaller stores, the larger multi location chain stores and the warehouse club/wholesale stores, just about have all of their normal stock levels back now, with a few exceptions.
I said it all along. Consumer created and almost everyone fell into it, "OMG, there will be no more toilet paper., no more bread, no more meat, no more this---no more that", and so on and so forth with virtually all of the common everyday products we all buy once a week, bread, eggs and even vitamins.
The perpetrated it to the millionth power! All day, every day reporting about limits, lines, closures, out of stock, plants closing down, etc., etc. Of course the highest majority of the American public runs out and begins the hoarding process.
Some one tell you something enough, you are exposed to the highest majority of those around you when in public doing something, you constantly see and hear on the news about the shortages, plant closures and everything else related to the marketplaces dwindling inventory levels, etc., the common/average person becomes of the same mind frame.
Now, the stores are just about restocked, new and increased inventory levels, and other adjustments. With the exception of an infrequent food processing plant story or something else of similar nature, the media is just absent of what they religiously harped on with such power, gusto and energy for the first month of all this C-19 stuff!
You know as I have said before, all of this creation of news, broadcasting, relaying it all, repeating it all with the extreme gusto and belief, is a very close analogy as to what happens at the casino and on the websites with new, newer and inexperienced players. Once the drama, the story, the reality of what the person is harping on all fizzles out, move on to the next one. The analogy is similar without any doubt whatsoever.