Some San Diegans Going to Tijuana for Supplies


Have you been able to find toilet paper around San Diego lately? Chances are, most shelves are emptied out.

Many San Diegans are heading to the border to find household items during this coronavirus pandemic.

San Diego station KGTV spotted people returning from TJ with goods. A woman interviewed said that Mexicans in TJ are also stocking up on the same items, such as paper towels, hand sanitizers, bottled water, face masks, and of course, toilet paper. Even they are having a hard time getting ahold of those items and standing in long lines across the border.

Photo: A boy wears a face mask as people line up to enter a wholesale store in Tijuana, Baja California state, Mexico, on March 17, 2020. - While in Mexico strong measures have not taken place yet, many countries across the world had implemented a quarantine to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus by closing schools, shops and borders, among other measures. (Photo by GUILLERMO ARIAS/AFP via Getty Images)

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