Which is why anyone who has lived in Florida for any amount of time understands you stay stocked up year round, come summer we have hurricane season, a storm approaches and everything canned or disposable (TP wipes, baby diapers) fly's off the shelves, so if a person who a native buys what they need early on, or cooks, cans and stores in the pantry at least a few months of needed supplies. That's normal, many people, more so in urban areas are being spooked by media and local government actions, here in Florida the Democrats are demanding the Governor lock down the entire state, to cause further panic, conversely the Governor has wisely refused to do so because the hot spots are for the most part in South Florida, Broward, Dade and Palm Beach and a few other urban areas. Now why is that happening, it's really not all that complicated, those counties have been invaded with immigrants out of the Caribbean and South America, many of these people, because of where they come from have no clue to proper hygiene and many of them are literally illiterate, they don't understand the problem and continue to spread it. By the way in the same Tri-County area HIV/AIDS is also running rampant, and has migrated from the mostly white gay community to the newer darker skinned straight community, ignorance sucks and is expensive once it produces the undesired end result. As such it's no wonder Broward is the number 1 hotspot for COVID-19 and SE AIDS. Nothing wrong with that, just be careful and be trained.