Newsweek reports that Californians had been "flooding" into Northern Baja looking to buy as many household items as they can, then head back. Workers at a Costco in Tijuana say that they believed as many as 600 shoppers have been turning up in the mornings over recent days. They came to that number because the store only has 600 shopping carts and all of those appeared to have been taken as the store opened.
Stores continue to struggle to keep up with the panic buying of shoppers. It should be noted that in Mexico, the number of COVID-19 cases is just 93 with zero deaths to date.