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13 Jan, 2022 22:27

COVID, snowstorms, and shortages empty store shelves across the US (full show)

The Omicron variant is wreaking havoc on every sector of the American economy – as cases continue to rise across the country – causing a labor shortage. Topped with severe weather and already existing supply chain issues – grocery stores are struggling to stock their empty shelves. Meanwhile, retail stores are taking a hit – reporting less sales as more and more consumers stay home amid the COVID surge. For more on this issue and what we can expect moving forward we bring you team coverage. RT America’s Paxton Boyd reports from the nation’s capital.Then, RT America’s Trinity Chavez gives us the latest from New York City.

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