Website calculates how long you can keep up with your current supply of toilet paper while you are in quarantine
Incredible website calculates how long you can last with your supply of toilet paper while you are quarantined – and it’s proof you don’t need to buy panic
- The site calculates how long people’s toilet paper will last during self-insulation
- Users tell how many roles they have and how often they go to the toilet every day
- Howmuchtoiletpaper.com then calculates how many days their toilet roll will last
- The website also tells them what percentage of their inventory they use
- The average user has 500 percent more toilet paper than is needed for quarantine
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A new website calculates how long people can last with their current supply of toilet paper while isolating themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
Users enter how many toilet rolls they have at home and how many times a day they visit the bathroom.
Howmuchtoiletpaper.com then calculates how many days their toilet paper lasts and what percentage of their quarantined inventory they go through.
There are also advanced settings that change wipes per trip, sheets per wipe, sheets on a roll, and the length of your quarantine.
Users can enter how many toilet rolls they have at home and how many times a day they visit the bathroom at howmuchtoiletpaper.com
Panic purchases have left supermarkets stripped of toilet paper, pasta, rice and frozen foods, as well as canned goods and other dried goods. Pictured: a frustrated man trying to buy toilet paper at a Melbourne Woolworths supermarket
It is now used by more than two million people and helps reduce toilet paper shortages worldwide.
The website was created by London-based software developer Ben Sassoon and artist Sam Harris.a
The pair were inspired to create the calculator after discussing how much toilet paper they used daily and how that would change during the pandemic.
The average user has 500 percent more toilet paper than is needed for quarantine.
The website’s creation comes after hundreds of thousands of people around the world started removing toilet paper in supermarkets in preparation for quarantine.
Toiletries are plentiful in Australia, but supermarkets currently sell the product for six weeks in one day.
Coles, Woolworths and Aldi have imposed restrictions on almost all products as they work to meet the demands of the Australian population.
The extreme desperation for toilet paper has caused stamps and fighting to erupt in suburban supermarkets.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison last week urged Australians to stop hoarding toilet paper and other essentials.
He said panic buying chaos in supermarkets across the country is one of the “most disappointing things” he has seen in “Australian behavior” in response to this crisis.
The creation of the website comes after thousands of people around the world started to rid the supermarkets of the supermarket of toilet paper in preparation for quarantine
The hysteria has cleared supermarkets of toilet paper, pasta, rice and frozen foods, as well as canned goods and other dried goods
CORONAVIRUS CASES IN AUSTRALIA: 1285
New South Wales: 533
Western Australia: 90
South Australia: 67
Australian Capital Territory: 19
Northern Territory: 5
TOTAL CASES: 1285
The hysteria has deprived supermarkets of toilet paper, pasta, rice and frozen foods, as well as canned goods and other dried goods.
“Stop hoarding. I can’t be more blunt about it. Stop it, ”said Mr. Morrison as he spoke to the country last Wednesday.
“That’s not who we are as a people. It is not necessary. It is not something that people should do.
“It diverts the attention and effort needed to take other measures to focus on how we maintain supply chains in these malls.
‘It is ridiculous. It is non-Australian, and it has to stop, and I would like to ask people to do the right thing together to master this kind of practice. ‘