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Shoppers around the world are on panic buying sprees because of fears over the coronavirus. People in countries as far afield as England, Japan, Singapore and Australia have been supermarket shelves of toilet paper, face masks, hand sanitiser and dried and canned food. Governments have their citizens that there no need to "panic buy". They added that panic buying would only the supply of products by medical staff and carers, which could the problems the COVID-19 virus is . Footage of shoppers in Australia over the last pack of toilet roll in a supermarket has viral across social media.

Psychologists panic buying is an "irrational" behaviour that is part of a condition FOMO - the fear of missing out. Dr Katharina Wittgens said a herd mentality in during disasters that causes people to the actions of others. People watch the news of items being in bulk and immediately rush out to the stores to do the same. She said people were the risks of dying from the coronavirus. She said: "Far more people in car accidents or household accidents per year but we don't about these things in the morning before we go to work." Singapore's prime minister Singaporeans that: "We have ample supplies. There's no need to up."

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