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In this undated photo provided by Paul Buescher, canned food rests on shelves in a barn near Garretsville, Ohio. The food can be used by 32 members of a group in northeastern Ohio that shares a farm packed with enough canned and dehydrated food and water to last for years. For those in the often-mocked "prepper" community, this is quickly becoming their "I told you so" moment, as panic buying has cleared store shelves across the U.S. amid growing fears that the new coronavirus will force many Americans to self-quarantine for weeks in their homes. (Paul Buescher via AP)
Photo by: Paul Buescher
In this undated photo provided by Paul Buescher, canned food rests on shelves in a barn near Garretsville, Ohio. The food can be used by 32 members of a group in northeastern Ohio that shares a farm packed with enough canned and dehydrated food and water to last for years. For those in the often-mocked "prepper" community, this is quickly becoming their "I told you so" moment, as panic buying has cleared store shelves across the U.S. amid growing fears that the new coronavirus will force many Americans to self-quarantine for weeks in their homes. (Paul Buescher via AP)

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