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Shoppers made groceries empty amid COVID-19 scare

Amid the COVID-19 scare within the nation, some merchandise in numerous groceries in Metro Manila have been out-of-stock due to some consumers who needed to make sure that they’re going to have a enough provide of day by day wants.

Netizens confirmed on social media how the groceries their visited have been virtually empty as a result of the customers have been already stockpiling their day by day wants like processed meals, cans, and sanitary provides.

Khristianne Kaye who went to Lands and SNR in Metro Manila posted some photographs displaying that the meals provides within the stated grocery shops have been virtually empty.

“We went to landers and snr, sobrang dami tao kaya we decided to go to hypermarket kasi most of the necessities and yung milk ng babies namin doon available.. as of 7pm today.. nag papanic buying ang mga tao Nakakatakot … lalo na ang nasa isip namin is ung mga bata.. sana matapos na to,” she stated.

This can also be what one other netizen noticed when she visited a grocery retailer in Quezon City.

Meanwhile, some grocery shops already carried out one alcohol per buyer coverage to forestall resellers from hoarding it.

Another netizen then criticized a businessman for promoting overpriced sanitizers on-line.

“OK LANG SANA KUNG SAMPUNG PISO OR KINSE PESOS LANG ANG TUBO EH KASO HINDI EH HALOS 90 TO 150 ANG TUBO SOBRANG DI NA MAKATARUNGAN!” netizen Ellen Quizela wrote.

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) already reminded the netizens that hoarding meals, face masks, and sanitizers are “unnecessary” regardless of the rise in circumstances of COVID-19 within the nation.

“Ang dami pang laman ng mga grocery. Hindi kailangan mag-stockpile,” Lopez instructed reporters.

“Monitored natin ang prices lalo na ang basic necessities… ‘Wag magpanic at huwag ubusin ‘yung laman ng grocery. Hindi kailangan,” he added.

 

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