I have most everything I need if this virus does impact us in any significant way. If thing start heating up I'll probably pick up even some more staples as long as I don't have to fight mobs of people at the store. But if I can't I won't be hurting. My final item is to refill all of my empty gas cans and add a shot of Stabil to each. My Yamaha generator doesn't do well without gas. . . These past few weeks I've been adding some non critical items. Picked up: - Paper plate - No need to waste water cleaning plates - Cooking oil and Olive oil - Olive oil has flavor and can be used to add some taste to pasta and other foods. Cooking oil is needed for most baking - Spices (chili powder, ground pepper, garlic, mix of mediterranean spices and garlic salt) - Canned tomato products - diced, sauces, paste. Again to add flavor to pasta - Powdered butter - Yeast - Canned beans - Mix a half can in with rice to add protein, fiber and taste - Couple cases of the pudding cups (36 to a case). A treat to have now and then when you are faced with having rice and beans yet again - Powdered Brown Gravy - Bouillon cubes I'm expecting that a lot of our meals would be rice & beans or pasta. I also have about 100 #10 cans of various dehydrated foods, and many many pouches of mountain house meals. I realize that much of what I have is not "essential" to survival, but having some variety help maintain moral. Being able to add some flavor to the pasta or to the rice and beans to break up the monotony can be a good thing. Hey! The rice is chicken flavored today!!!! - I also need to dig up my wide mouth thermos jars and print out some cooking time info and instructions from: https://theboatgalley.com/thermos-cooking/ and https://offgridsurvival.com/cooking-with-a-thermos/ - I also realized that I have 3 full 20# propane tanks from my now defunct camper. So I went on amazon and picked up a converter hose so I can use those 20# tanks to run my camp stove, which normally uses the 1# bottles. The hose was only $9. - Got some more Duct tape and 3 mill plastic sheeting. - I have a wife and 2 daughters so if it applies to your family, don't forget the feminine hygiene products. - OTC drugs that you depend on like antacids, pain meds, stool softeners, Imodium, anti gas, tums or any other OTCs that you normally use. - Flu meds - Preferably the king that has cough suppression, breaks up mucus, anti congestion. Dollar tree is a good place for these. I also bought powdered electrolytes (Propel) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0789FRV55/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 It is know that this virus can cause severe diarrhea in some people. You use the Imodium to stop the diarrhea, and then the electrolytes to re-hydrate the patient. Ideally you would use a IV to re-hydrate, but since most of us don't have access to those kinds of medical supplies, electrolytes are the next best thing. Powdered Gatorade also has electrolytes, but cost more than the Propel. Anybody else have some lesser thought of prep items? If so, please list them!!!