Coronavirus Anxiety Drives Shopping For 'Survival' And 'Sanity' Products


Americans are growing more concerned about the COVID-19 pandemic, leading them to push back big-ticket purchases while focusing on more immediate needs.

The percentage of U.S. adults who said they're "very concerned" about the coronavirus grew to 71% by March 19 from 47% two weeks earlier, according to ...


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