Grocery stores facing shortages due to severe weather, rising COVID cases

New federal inflation data shows consumer prices soared over the last year, affecting everything from gas to food. Inflation rose 7% since December 2020 — the fastest in nearly 40 years. Many shoppers are also noticing empty shelves at their grocery stores, due to severe weather and rising COVID-19 cases. Scott MacFarlane reports from Bethesda, Maryland.

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