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Coronavirus outbreak: Virus concerns lead to empty shelves at grocery stores around the world

Concerns over the COVID-19 virus has resulted in numerous people in various countries, including the U.S., Canada, Australia and South Korea, all heading to stock up on supplies at grocery stores and pharmacies.

Stores in Ontario, Canada, Washington state, Hawaii and Australia saw large amounts of food products, bottled water, and toilet paper seemingly fly off the shelves, while large groups of people lined up in Seoul, South Korea to try and purchase protective masks.

Popular items like sanitizers, medication, medical supplies and pantry goods were some of the most purchased, according to reports, and some stores limited customers to five packages per person due to demands.

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