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Coronavirus: Jacinda Ardern urges calm as panicked shoppers empty supermarket shelves

Panicked shoppers forced the closure of a major food wholesaler today as the Prime Minister urged New Zealanders to go about their daily lives after the country's first case of coronavirus.

Gilmours was forced to close its North Shore Cash and Carry store due to overwhelming demand from customers. The wholesaler announced on social media its North Shore and Manukau stores will be closed tomorrow and reopen on Monday.

At other supermarkets across Auckland queues were out the door and shelves were stripped of essentials like toilet paper and water. Hand sanitiser has been unavailable at supermarkets for days due to the coronavirus scare.

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Tian Shan

this girl doesn't understand mob psychology.

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