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Atty. General warns Oregonians about price gouging due to COVID-19

Ellen Rosenblum said in a tweet to be wary of overpriced goods like hand sanitizer or protective masks.

Oregon's Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum took to twitter to make sure Oregonians were aware of any possibly price gouging on products that are in high demand due to COVID-19 concerns.

In her tweet, she named goods like hand sanitizer and protective masks which have been going at a high price from resellers on websites like Amazon.

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With items like sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer flying off the shelves in Oregon due to COVID-19 concerns, Rosenblum warns Oregonians to be vigilant. If you spot price gouging on any goods, call the Consumer Hotline at 1-877-877-9392.

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