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When we first heard this story of “The Today Show” this morning, we laughed out loud and thought we were being punked.

So much for making license plates, New York state inmates have been drafted into the duty of  hand sanitizer manufacture.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo (pictured above) on Monday announced his state’s answer to price-gouging based upon Coronavirus fears: a new hand sanitizer produced by New York prison inmates. Cuomo went on to say it’s a “superior product” that is not only cheaper than brands made by greedy commercial businesses, but will be readily available to New York governments, the transit bureau, schools, and even the prisons where it’s being made.

A gallon jug of the state-produced product costs $6 to make. The governor says it has a “floral bouquet.”

We can’t be the only one’s a bit skeptical of prison sanitizer, can we?