The coronavirus has caused panic across the globe and is putting up blockers for agriculture workers. As the number of cases continue to rise, people have resorted to panic buying and hoarding food. Certain products such as dairy, meat, fruit, and vegetables have been harder to stock due to restricted travel and social distancing measures. However, retailers and the authorities have commented that there is no food shortage, and items will be restocked. Currently firms are reporting that panic buying has begun to slow and more food shelves that were previously empty for days, such as bread and pasta isles, should be full again shortly.