Geneva: In the midst of a global coronavirus pandemic, Switzerland’s penchant for preparing for an emergency has made it praised.
During the Cold War, the Swiss government required that family homes have bunkers and instruct residents to hoard food. Even today, residents are given advice on what supplies they must have to overcome the crisis at home.
But because the demand for alcohol used to make hand sanitizers has surged in the middle of the crisis, Switzerland faces a possible shortage after leaving ethanol reserves in 2018.
Daily Tages-Anzeiger reported that an inventory of 8,000 tons to 10,000 tons of ethanol to make disinfectants if the pandemic was eliminated two years ago amid efforts to privatize the national alcohol market.
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