字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 very own WG and news at 10. Health professionals are telling people the best way to ward off Corona virus, and now it appears more than ever the public is listening. Yeah, they're doing more than just listening. They're stocking up on supplies in case things worsen. Julie Andrews seeing a run on supplies We're seeing it right now because we're trying about masks and gloves, disinfectants, even vinegar store to store. You're starting to see and feel the impact of the virus and fears in the U. S. Because people don't know where Cove in 19 is going to heat up next. As a result, they aren't waiting to find out they're getting prepared. Now look at these crowds outside the Costco in Shanghai. Chaos inside as shoppers empty store shelves a run on supplies as Covad, 19 takes hold in China. Here in the U. S. The tones, size and scale may be different, but the trend may soon be the same. Shoppers stocking up His fears continue to grow when it comes to combating corona virus insecurities about the virus fueling commerce online and in stores. If you're shipping to your front door, masks are at a premium. According to one source, Amazon users have searched and 95 mask over 800,000 times in the last 30 days. On the Amazon site, you may pay as much as 10 to $20 a mask over 200 bucks a box in some cases, and supplies are low. Third party sellers taking advantage of the skittish market place at a local Walgreens on the north side of Chicago. The shelves are bare when it comes to these and other supplies. No masks and 95 or otherwise to be had. The store was cleaned out of hand sanitizer, too. Not far away, at a local target store, cleaning supplies, air wiped out bleach, vinegar, disinfectants, even mops. Aisles at Costco, normally filled with paper towels in bulk and cases of water gone crates to stock supplies stacked on top of each other, empty all over the store in the States are run on supplies. Not quite, but signs are showing American citizens are getting ready in case the worst becomes a reality. We've seen it before. I mean, there's been a you know, the Y two k. There's just people just stocking up, just in case But for right now, I'm just waiting to hear more from, you know, from the officials, stocking up a little bit a little bit. Not too much, but a little bit. Okay. And some market watchers say the worst is yet to come. One source says the full effect of shutdowns in China will be felt here in mid March, choking the supply chain for so many things we rely on, like Elektronik components, car parts, steel, aluminum, chemicals in plastic. Another source says the U. S imports most of its pharmaceutical products from China, including up to 80% of its antibiotics. A big number. Wow! All right.