As the world struggles to contain the Covid-19 coronavirus disease, social media and news sites have flooded with pictures of people donning protective masks while they go about their daily lives. Mask shortages are now affecting some countries, and suppliers are working overtime to keep up with demand. On Amazon, prices for the devices have sharply increased in recent weeks, and the company has warned sellers not to raise them to exorbitant levels—or risk getting kicked off the site.
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