Supermarket shelves are left empty in Lebanon as panic buyers rush to purchase goods while the country’s out-of-control inflation leaves many worried about buying basic necessities, photos on Twitter showed Wednesday.
Looks like people are panic buying to front run Devaluation. Supermarkets can’t replenish without $. pic.twitter.com/doXkjDxXol— lebfinance (@lebfinance) June 30, 2020
#Hamra is a creepy ghost town as most businesses have closed and there hasn't been any electricity for days, with even the private generators limiting the electricity.— Mohammad Hijazi (@mhijazi) June 30, 2020
This is the darkest time I've witnessed in my life, and I'm not only talking about power.#Lebanon #Beirut pic.twitter.com/sfMi2AFmPE