California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s household is running dangerously low on toilet paper amid the coronavirus outbreak and, according to his wife, those who panic-bought supplies are to blame.Jennifer Siebel Newsom, whose title is the First Partner of California, tweeted early Wednesday that her husband and four children will run out of toilet paper in the next 24 hours.SPAIN’S CORONAVIRUS CASES SPIKE, EDGES CLOSER TO IRAN AMID NATIONWIDE LOCKDOWNCORONAVIRUS IN THE US: STATE BY STATE BREAKDOWN“One rose amidst all of this — family dinners and no late night homework stress,” Jennifer Newsom tweeted. “And nice to not have kids shuffling home late from sports and activities.“And yes, unfortunately the thorn — we run out of toilet paper, paper towels, and Kleenex tomorrow. I wish people had not hoarded,” she wrote.The message came as nearly one quarter – 23 percent – of California’s population remains under shelter-in-place orders Wednesday, meaning residents are instructed to only leave home for essential trips, such as visiting the grocery store, The Sacramento Bee reported.About 9.2 million of the state’s 40 million population are affected.San Francisco and six other Bay Area counties – Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Santa Clara, San Mateo and Santa Cruz – issued mandatory shelter-in-place orders Monday. They were followed by Sacramento,


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