Pharmacies in Johor Baru running out of face masks

In demand: A woman selling face masks near Pavilion shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur. Sellers claim they can earn up to RM100 per day.

JOHOR BARU: Pharmacies in the city are running low on face masks and hand sanitisers as they are not just being snapped up by locals but also Singaporeans.

The buying frenzy has intensified over the past few days as such items were now expensive and difficult to buy in the island republic.

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