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Putin: no need to stock up on groceries

Putin: no need to stock up on groceries
Photo by: kremlin.ru

President Vladimir Putin advised Russians not to stock up on food for future use, so as not to waste money and not throw out spoiled goods later.

As the TASS, the President of Russia visited the information center for monitoring the situation with the coronavirus. He was shown how to monitor grocery stocks in stores and prices of basic goods. According to Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, all the information from surveillance cameras in stores comes in real time to the information center.

If problems arise, Mishustin noted, the products will be delivered to retail outlets, but so far no difficulties have been observed. At the same time, Vladimir Putin noted that he would like to urge residents of the country not to stock up on food for future use, so that later they do not have to throw away the spoiled ones. Moreover, the president noted, while supplies to stores are stable and reliable.

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