Bulk buying in Kuwait as ‘total curfew’ starts

DUBAI: Kuwait’s supermarkets were flooded by panic buying ahead of the total curfew, English-language daily Kuwait Times reported.

People rushed to food shops and bakeries – as well as gas cylinder shops. The daily reported that long lines of people, who were “not necessarily observing social distancing,” were seen in different areas of the country.
Kuwait’s authorities implemented a total lockdown for 20 days, starting May 10 and running until May 30, to curb the spread of coronavirus.

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