The coronavirus has got billions of people stuck indoors. However, before the lockdown, we saw how people panic hoarded household items from stores leaving almost nothing for others! This has resulted in many running out essential items by the day.
Which is why, when this San Francisco man’s friend ran out of toilet paper, he decided to use a drone to deliver a roll to him, because delivery services have shut down due to the lockdown, reports Business Insider. Have a look at the video here:
When you need that t.p. but Amazon is out, and you’re not supposed to leave your house; tech San Francisco doesn’t fail. Thank you @chenosaurus for the speedy cross city delivery- I owe you one 🧻 pic.twitter.com/Y4OZzoyCWH
— Ian Chan (@chanian) March 25, 2020
Many on the internet are amazed by how the coronavirus lockdown has got people coming up with creative ways to resolve a crisis. Some have been calling it a futuristic approach!
Omg what is happening
— Jason Goldman (@goldman) March 25, 2020
This is the joy I needed today
— Danny Trinh (@dtrinh) March 25, 2020
I'm so proud of what humankind have achieved in 2020.
— 🐢🧘 (@turtlemayank) March 25, 2020
Proud that we need to do this because of how the virus spread to begin with and then people hoarded supplies like TP, some purely to resell on places like Amazon for $25 a roll?
— Qwim Fandango (@GrannyWeatherw4) March 25, 2020
Lold so hard at this.
— Ryan Jordan (@ryanjordansf) March 25, 2020
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a Drone With TP!! 🦸
— Anjali Thakur (@AnjaliThakurSF) March 25, 2020
That’s friendship ❤️
— Christian Sanz (@csanz) March 26, 2020
the future is here
— 🎃 (@supsla) March 25, 2020
Can’t wait to see what’s next!