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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — New numbers from the state of Virginia show that gun sales have begun to surge during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch reported Monday that the Virginia Firearms Transaction Center recorded 80,228 transactions in March.

That’s a 75% spike over the same month last year. And it is the highest total for any month on record since state police started tracking purchases in 1990.