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Panic buying in Vietnam's largest city before tighter Covid-19 lockdown


Vietnam's government said it is sending troops to Ho Chi Minh City to help deliver food and aid to households as it further tightens restrictions on people’s movements amid a worsening surge of the coronavirus.

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