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"Take it easy", Trump says as US supermarkets hit by panic buying

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US President Donald Trump asks Americans to "take it easy" as people are "buying more than they buy at Christmas", after days of panic buying in supermarkets across the country, amid concerns over the novel coronavirus pandemic. SOUNDBITE

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