Garcetti urges L.A. not to panic-buy, hoard supplies amid coronavirus

With shelves empty and Angelenos on the hunt for toilet paper, officials remind them that stores will restock and, also, the water is indeed safe.
Ruben Vives, Alex Wigglesworth, Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • March 15, 2020
Faced with long lines, panicked shoppers and empty shelves, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on Sunday urged people not to hoard supplies amid the coronavirus outbreak and said bars in the city should close until further notice. In an interview on...
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