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Coronavirus: Hand sanitiser and face masks overpriced or out-of-stock as COVID-19 spreads

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'No mask, no gel' Trying to find sanitising gel is becoming a wild goose chase.

Added on the 13/03/2020 19:56:43 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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