Photo of the Day: Grocery shoppers clear out shelves in panic of the coronavirus

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Daniel Da Silveira

A near empty shelf in a local Safeway in San Jose with a sign that says, “To ensure availability of all products to all customers. the purchase of water is limited to: 2 items of 24 to 35-pack waters and 4 items of multi-serve waters (3-liter or 1 Gallon) per transaction in one shopping trip. This precautionary measure will help ensure that all customers will find the products that they need.” in San Jose, California on March 18th, 2020 (Daniel Da Silveira / Golden Gate Xpress).

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