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““the working classes are navigating how to avoid contamination on cramped public transport on their way to jobs that help them live hand-to-mouth, while more affluent classes empty stores to stockpile as much food and toilet paper as they can” #COVID19 https://t.co/iusfQSeqxw”

Mona Eltahawy on Twitter: "“the working classes are navigating how to avoid contamination on cramped public transport on their way to jobs that help them live hand-to-mouth, while more affluent classes empty stores to stockpile as much food and toilet paper as they can” #COVID19 https://t.co/iusfQSeqxw"

“To the guy I saw in the grocery store a week ago, with 20 packs of toilet paper and one can of tuna... How ya holding up?”

Jeff Lawson on Twitter: "To the guy I saw in the grocery store a week ago, with 20 packs of toilet paper and one can of tuna... How ya holding up?"

“Well, looks like grocery stores here still have toilet paper ... but flour is sold out. Wonder what that says about Swiss versus Canadian society... 🧐 The Swiss can’t live without fresh bread?”

Elise Stolte on Twitter: "Well, looks like grocery stores here still have toilet paper ... but flour is sold out. Wonder what that says about Swiss versus Canadian society... 🧐 The Swiss can’t live without fresh bread?"

“Cops in the toilet paper aisle: Grocery stores add extra security for the coronavirus rush Clark County Sheriff Debroah Burchett in Ohio: "Anyone that wants to prey on the elderly or those at risk may want to think twice." https://t.co/tD84gfZIDk”

Nathaniel Meyersohn on Twitter: "Cops in the toilet paper aisle: Grocery stores add extra security for the coronavirus rush Clark County Sheriff Debroah Burchett in Ohio: "Anyone that wants to prey on the elderly or those at risk may want to think twice." https://t.co/tD84gfZIDk"

Grocery stores are bringing on additional off-duty police officers and private security guards to help manage crowded aisles, long lines and jammed parking lots during the coronavirus outbreak. While stores are notoriously crowded during the run-up to a hurricane or holidays like Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Christmas, panic buying from coronavirus has led to empty […]Grocery stores are bringing on additional off-duty police officers and private security guards to help manage crowded aisles, long lines and jammed parking lots during the coronavirus outbreak. Whi…

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