People have been headed to grocery stores to stock up on essential items recently, including household items like soap and hand sanitizer.

I'll admit that I've been to the store as well to stock up on some things, but not because I'm concerned about the virus necessarily. It's more because I know other people are going to be stocking up and the store may not have what I need.

I've got to make sure my family had food and toilet paper too, right?

One of the top-selling items is hand sanitizer. Because of this, many suppliers have run out of stock. Even on Amazon, I've seen it selling for hundreds of dollars when that quantity would normally sell for $20. In fact, if you look at Amazon right now, you would find brand names.

So one thing that New York State has actually done to combat that is they have begun producing their own sanitizer.

“We are introducing New York State clean hand sanitizer, made conveniently by the state of New York,” said Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) said in a press conference. Cuomo claimed that the sanitizer is superior to others because it contains 75 percent alcohol.

“To Purell, and Mr. Amazon and Mr. eBay, if you continue the price gouging, we will introduce our product, which is superior to your product,” said Cuomo. “And you don’t even have the floral bouquet, so stop price gouging.”

But guess where this sanitizer is being manufactured? Inside of a prison.

According to Breitbart,

Corcraft Products, operated by New York’s Department of Correctional Services, Division of Industries, is manufacturing the product and expects to pump out 100,000 gallons weekly.

The supplier’s mission, according to its website, is to “employ inmates in substantive jobs that help teach a good work ethic and valuable work skills, to help offset the cost of incarceration, to help reduce disruption in the prison environment and to meet expectations of New York State’s citizens.”

Cuomo also announced 37 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus in New York, sending the state’s total to 142.

On Saturday, Cuomo announced a state of emergency, allowing “expedited purchasing and expedited hiring” to combat the illness.

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