The panic buying of toilet paper in COVID-19 hot spots leaves

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The panic buying of toilet paper in COVID-19 hot spots throughout the Victoria has a ramp-up amid fears of another impending lockout.

Daily Mail Australia has pointed to the people in COVID hot spots of Brimbank and Hume, in Melbourne, to the west, stocking up on products, with reports that some small supermarkets have already been stripped bare.

Victoria has recorded a double-considerable increases in coronavirus cases for the seventh day in a row, with 17 new cases confirmed on Tuesday.

A woman is seen wheeling a large amount of toilet paper from the Broadmeadows Shopping Centre

A shopper at Brimbank Shopping Centre on Tuesday leaves with a large amount of toilet paper

A shopper at Brimbank Shopping Centre on Tuesday leaves with a large amount of toilet paper

Another client leaves a supermarket, Tuesday, with his cart packed with toilet paper

While the reservations to several of the larger Coles and Woolworths stores visited by Daily Mail Australia still had the good health supplies, there were signs that the situation was about to worsen.

Many buyers can be seen walking with huge packs of toilet paper containing up to 36 rolls.

A Brimbank resident told Daily Mail Australia he had heard of people storing it again in the morning to the radio and falling in the store to grab some rolls before disappearing.

“I’m not getting caught again,” the man said.

The man could later be heard the call of the members of the family by telling them to stock up as soon as possible.

Word quickly spread throughout the suburb, with worries the buyers to hit the supermarkets as far as Hoppers Crossing and Werribee – outside of the west.

In Broadmeadows – in the municipality of Hume – shoppers could be seen leaving the supermarket with trolleys stacked with toilet paper.

In Endeavour Hills – in the municipality of Casey, big packages of toilet paper, which seems to be the order of the day.

A Coles shopper is seen with the grocery bags and toilet paper to Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre on Tuesday

A Coles shopper is seen with the grocery bags and toilet paper to Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre on Tuesday

Shoppers use a rolling after seeding on their races to Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre on Tuesday

Shoppers use a rolling after seeding on their races to Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre on Tuesday

The buyers are seen with full trolleys as they make their way around Brimbank Shopping Centre on Tuesday

The buyers are seen with full trolleys as they make their way around Brimbank Shopping Centre on Tuesday

On Tuesday, the Premier of victoria Daniel Andrews said the authorities should provide more information on COVID case that the information has been confirmed.

‘There will be some significant community transmission within those numbers, Mr. Andrews said. “It is always with us. This is not finished. “

According to the latest statistics, the victorian government is primarily concerned with the outbreak of cases in the areas of Hume (17 cases since the beginning of the month of June), Brimbank (10), Casey (7), Darebin (6), Moreland (6) and Cardinia (6).

The victorians were among the first to go completely crazy when the news of the probability of COVID-19 restrictions born in March.

Some profiteers toilet hoarders quickly took to social media where they attempted to sell their loot to incredibly inflated prices.

The supermarkets have been forced to close their doors to try and re-stock supplies.

Fans of Broadmeadows, Melbourne, to the west, stock up on the essentials, on Tuesday

At the time, the prime minister has been forced to address the nation and say selfish Australians to ‘stop’.

It was only last week that Victorian shoppers kept the supermarkets are jam packed with toilet paper, with a number of reduced prices for as little as $1.50 for four rolls.

Mr. Andrews confirmed Tuesday that more than two Victorian schools had been closed because of COVID-19-case basis.

Both are in areas that have been declared by the sars coronavirus hot spots.

It remains to be seen if regular basis, such as flour, rice and pasta are going to fly off the shelves too.

While the March, panic buying has started with toilet paper, but it quickly degenerated to the point where the elderly, the Australians have been forced to shop for hours just so they can buy food.

A woman leaves Woolworths Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre in Melbourne on Tuesday

A woman leaves Woolworths Endeavour Hills Shopping Centre in Melbourne on Tuesday

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