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    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Real Canadian Superstore on Southwest Marine Drive in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    • A customer pushes a shopping trolley filled to the brim across the parking lot of a supermarket in Pullach, Germany, Friday, March 13, 2020. For most people, the new coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe illness, including pneumonia.
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Costco Wholesale on Still Creek Drive in Burnaby, British Columbia
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Real Canadian Superstore on Southwest Marine Drive in Vancouver, British Columbia,
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at T&T Supermarket on Southwest Marine Drive in Vancouver, British Columbia
    • A person pushes a full shopping cart with various groceries on March 13, 2020, in Stockerau in Tyrol, Austria.
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Joti's No Frills on Broadway in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Real Canadian Superstore on Leslie Road in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at FoodyWorld on Sexsmith Drive in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
    • A picture taken on photo on March 16, 2020 shows a shopping cart with toilet paper and mineral water at a supermarket in Dortmund, where activities came to a halt due to the novel coronavirus.
    • A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Real Canadian Superstore on Leslie Road in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada
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    A customer's cart filled with the supplies they're purchasing in response to news about coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at Real Canadian Superstore on Southwest Marine Drive in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada March 14, 2020. Picture taken March 14, 2020.

    Due to the coronavirus pandemic people have been stocking up on food so that, in case of quarantine, they do not need to leave their homes and go to grocery stores.

    Due to the pandemic, people are advised to stay at home, but since people need food, they still have to go to the store. Have a look at the just in case food carts from around the globe in our photo gallery.

    Over 15,100 people have been infected with the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) over the past day, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to almost 200,000 according to the World Health Organization.

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