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Coronavirus pop-up shop selling masks and sanitizer opens in Washington, DC


As shelves are being stripped bare as panic buying criss-crosses the globe with the coronavirus, defying repeated calls for calm, a pop-up shop selling face masks and hand sanitizer opens in Washington, DC. "Today we've had a lot of people come" says owner Adilisha Patrom. On Thursday three people were diagnosed with the coronavirus in Maryland, the first positive cases in the US capital area.

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