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Entertainment Shoppers strip shelves of household essentials ahead of lockdown

03:50  01 november  2020
03:50  01 november  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Shoppers braved atrocious weather yesterday to stock up on household essentials ahead of the lockdown.

Hours before Boris Johnson officially announced the move, queues formed outside supermarkets around the country as customers sought to get in supplies.

Hundreds waited outside Costcos in Manchester, London and Southampton, while shelves were stripped of loo rolls at Poundland in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire.

a man riding on the back of a truck: Panic buying is back as people at Costco Manchester push trolleys in the rain yesterday © Provided by Daily Mail Panic buying is back as people at Costco Manchester push trolleys in the rain yesterday

Lorraine Foster, who went to a Costco in Sudbury to pick up some Halloween treats, said: ‘The queue was enormous, it’s ridiculous. I think people are just starting to get a bit anxious now with the new restrictions about to come.’

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Meanwhile, Ocado delivery slots were also in high demand, with the online supermarket saying it was ‘selling out faster than usual’.

Big chains such as Tesco and Asda said it was too early to tell whether people had regressed to the panic-buying of earlier in the year and reassured customers that they had plenty of stock to deal with increased demand.

Sainsbury’s said: ‘We aren’t currently restricting products. Customers can continue to shop safely and with confidence in our stores, where they will see we have good availability.’

A Tesco spokesman added: ‘We would encourage our customers to shop as normal.’

However, there were signs on social media that some customers were stocking up, with Twitter user Sinead Johnson saying: ‘I popped into Asda to get a few bits for my Halloween movie night and half the shelves were empty already. The panic buying has started.’

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Panic-buying shoppers strip aisles bare and leave big stores with just 3% of their usual stock of essential Panic buyers have cleared the shelves of supermarkets bare as they rushed to stock up while The demand has also led to angry scenes as people battled over household essentials .

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It is understood that supermarkets were given no advanced warning of a national lockdown. One source said: ‘The Government has blindsided us again.’

a group of people standing next to a pile of luggage: Hundreds waited outside Costcos in Manchester, London and Southampton. People are seen buying toilet rolls at Costco Watford © Provided by Daily Mail Hundreds waited outside Costcos in Manchester, London and Southampton. People are seen buying toilet rolls at Costco Watford a person that is standing in the rain holding an umbrella: Shoppers braved atrocious weather in Southampton yesterday to stock up on household essentials ahead of the lockdown © Provided by Daily Mail Shoppers braved atrocious weather in Southampton yesterday to stock up on household essentials ahead of the lockdown Read more

Shoppers flock to Edinburgh's city centre while Glasgow is deserted .
As of 6pm last night, two million Scots were plunged into a draconian Level Four lockdown meaning non-essential shops had to shut. But Edinburgh is in Level Three meaning shops can stay open.Yes, apart from a small number of exemptions.

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