While toilet paper has been an issue since the start of the pandemic, now toilets themselves are the concern. As stay-at-home restrictions are lifting, many are feeling a long pent-up urge to go out; what's stopping them is concern about their urge to go while they're out . As in, use the bathroom . Loath to risk the germs in a public restroom, if they can even find one that's open, many are limiting their outings while others are getting creative. Shu Santani, a pediatric cardiologist in Vancouver, never used to think twice before going for his usual two- to three-hour run. Now, everytime he heads out, he becomes kind of obsessed. "It's the anticipation of, 'What if I have to go to the bathroom?' " he said, mocking his usual panic. "Do I have to go to...
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