Here we go again: Following the announcement of the Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO) in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor and Putrajaya, people have already started rushing to local supermarkets.

As seen by photos and videos being shared online, there are long queues at various malls and supermarkets – all rushing to stock up on necessities and food. Here are some examples:

1. Jaya Grocer, Glo Damansara


2. Tesco Puchong

3. MyHero, Bandar Sri Permaisuri


4. Bangsar Village

5. Alamanda Shopping Centre

6. Citta Mall

7. Melawati Mall

8. Tesco, The Mines

9. Jaya Empire

To quote Twitter user Faizal Hamssin, “No reason for panic buying. No need to be kiasu. For all you know, it’s at the crowded grocer tonight that you may catch Covid-19. We had MCO last time, supermarkets weren’t closed. Hoarding is an indication of greed. You don’t need 20 loaves of bread, or 50 rolls of toilet paper.”

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