Watch: Woman Arrested After Homemade 'Coronavirus Spray' Burns 4 Children

With the current outbreak going on, there are some people who are having a tough time finding some things such as toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and masks.

Some people have even started making their own hand sanitizer. That's exactly what happened in New Jersey as a store owner was discovered to have been selling some homemade hand sanitizer.

Now that sanitizer has been linked to causing some injuries in young children. This has caused officials to issue a warning against using homemade products as a substitute for the real stuff.

Multiple sources reported that four boys – three 10-year-olds and one 11-year-old – were burned after purchasing hand sanitizer at a River Vale 7-Eleven, a press release from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office states. Photos of “a young boy with apparent burns to his arm and leg” had circulated around social media earlier this week leading to an investigation, according to a separate River Vale Police Department statement.

The River Vale Police Department put out a post on Facebook with the warning:

On Monday, March 9, 2020, the River Vale Police Department responded to the 7-Eleven at 8:13 p.m. An Officer became aware of an issue related to an item sold as “Spray Sanitizer” after pictures were posted to social media depicting a young boy with apparent burns to his arm and leg. Police responded to the store and immediately seized the remaining bottles.

Lieutenant John DeVoe stated, “While further investigation is underway, our first priority is to make the public aware that they should not use this item if they purchased it at the River Vale 7-Eleven. As far as we know, this issue is limited to the River Vale store at this time. From the information that we received, approximately one dozen of the bottles were sold to customers today.”

Police said they “seized the remaining bottles,” from the store Monday night and the store’s owner Manisha Bharade has been charged with endangering the welfare of a child and deceptive business practices.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo took efforts to combat this and price gouging by having the state of New York produce their own hand sanitizer.

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