Several American supermarkets are reporting incidents of “bare shelves” as fears grow over an imminent meat and egg shortage amid a surge in Omicron cases.

Food chains have been one of the first to be disrupted by the new super strain as workers fall ill and productivity drops.

The effect of Omicorn has already seen a shortfall of labor, including farms, manufactures and distributors, according to The Los Angeles Times.

Schools and day care centres are also feeling the ramifications with fuel prices set to rise as more Americans are kept working at home.... Read More: The Sun