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People scrambling to stock up on supplies for staying at home from work and school in response to the coronavirus have emptied shelves in many stores. How are retailers and manufacturers responding to the sudden increase in demand? NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY from Winter Garden, Florida.