Baby Yoda toys could be delayed because of coronavirus

Fans of “The Mandalorian” may have to wait even longer to get their hands on the coveted Baby Yoda toys.

Hasbro officials said the coronavirus has disrupted the supply chain for the toys, specifically resin and plastic used to make the toys, CNN reported.

Experts say production hasn’t been impacted yet, but it could be if something doesn’t change soon.

If production doesn’t get back to normal this summer, not only will Baby Yoda, known officially as The Child, toys be in short supply, so will other toys.

Disney delayed the production of merchandise for it’s streaming service, Disney+, show as to not ruin the Baby Yoda surprise.

Hasbro told CNN it’s taking steps to try to work around the delays.

“We are working to mitigate the impact of our manufacturing partner factories being closed longer than anticipated, as well as to reschedule the shipments we have not been able to make,” Hasbro officials said last month, CNN reported.

Fans of the show have been waiting to get their hands on the little green alien. Preorders sold out online, Fox Business reported. Some items were expected to hit stores this month, CNN reported.