Don’t panic, but H-E-B again limits the purchase of toilet paper.
As the number of coronavirus cases in Texas has increased, so has the demand for toilet paper and tissues. H-E-B set a new purchase limit across the state on June 27.
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The purchase limit was first set at H-E-B in March, but as Texas reopened, the purchase limit began to relax. However, as the pandemic continued, restaurants, bars, etc. began to close again, and Coronavirus cases in Texas surged. On Sunday, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the state exceeded 150,000.
The following are the current purchase limits for H-E-B stores in Texas:
- Cow s – limit 2
- Toilet paper composite packaging-limited 2
- Bath towel singles – limit 2
- Paper towels-limit 2
- Acetaminophen-2 items in total (including infant, trial and travel size, OTC)
- H-E-B acid regulator/famotidine and Pepcid 50ct and greater-limit 1
- H-E-B acid regulator/famotidine and Pepcid less than 50ct – limit 2
- Disinfectant spray – 2 pieces
- Disinfection and wipes – 2 pieces
- Trial and travel pack size disinfection and antibacterial sprays/rags – 2 pieces
- Hand sanitizer – 10 pieces
- Hand sanitizer – 4 pieces
- Hydrogen peroxide – 2 pieces
- Wipe (isopropyl alcohol) alcohol/cotton swab – 2 pieces
- First aid and cleaning gloves – 2 pieces