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Russians began to buy for future use due to coronavirus

Russians began to buy for future use due to coronavirus
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Almost a third of Russians are preparing to introduce new restrictive measures due to the coronavirus. At the same time, 20% have already begun to purchase essential goods for the future.

As the RBC citing a survey by the ad aggregator Yula and the ResearchMe agency, 12% of respondents reported that in the event of the closure of non-food stores, they began to purchase essential goods from other categories. More than half of the respondents began to shop more often in their area.

Every tenth respondent plans to buy goods on the Internet more often. About 40% of respondents reported that they began to save money and try to buy only the necessary goods.

This spring, due to the introduction of massive restrictions on coronavirus, grocery chains and grocery delivery services recorded an increase in demand, including for cereals and canned food. Toilet paper was also swept off the shelves.

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