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Amazon sellers selling protective gear to hospitals as shortages rage

As the coronavirus sweeps across the country, nurses and doctors are struggling with a massive shortage of personal protective equipment like masks and gowns. “We need them now. We have people dying in our hospitals now. We have health-care providers risking their lives now,” said Michelle Diaz, a critical care nurse in the San Francisco Bay …

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Pharmacies in NYC struggle to meet demand amid supply shortages

Emanuel Simhayev, owner and pharmacist at Get Well Rx in Astoria, Queens, consults with a customer purchasing face masks. April 2, 2020 Emanuel Simhayev’s small pharmacy is short-staffed these days. Most of his employees, worried about getting exposed to the coronavirus, are no longer coming to work. Simhayev, 33, and his technician Evelyn Quirindongo, 53, …

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UK supermarkets take steps to prevent panic buying and shortages | World news

UK supermarkets are ramping up contingency plans to help tackle demand from shoppers for essential provisions, with more sections of the population – including vulnerable and elderly people – preparing for self-isolation during the coronavirus outbreak. The discounter Aldi has become the first supermarket to introduce across-the-board rationing, which means customers can buy no more …

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From batteries to shutters: Australian firms eye potential coronavirus shortages | World news

With the coronavirus outbreak in China affecting the import and export trade, Australian retailers and suppliers are concerned that consumers will soon start experiencing shortages of products ranging from iPhones to batteries. There are widespread factory shutdowns in China as millions of people remain in lockdown and subject to strict travel restrictions and quarantine measures. …

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