Malaysians stay calm amid panic buying

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  • Tuesday, 11 Feb 2020

Scared shopping: People hoarding toilet paper rolls at a supermarket in Hong Kong.

PETALING JAYA: Toilet paper, food and personal hygiene items are flying off supermarket shelves in Singapore and Hong Kong as anxiety rises over the novel coronavirus outbreak around the world.

But Malaysians in these cities are staying calm despite the panic-buying mode of many people there.

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