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In this picture taken in Hong Kong on March 18, 2020, Mandy Tang (R), who used to be an interior designer and is now a housewife, bags up her vegetables at Ma Po Po Community Farm. - After the coronavirus triggered a wave of panic-buying that briefly left Hong Kong's supermarket shelves bare, residents are turning to local producers for fresh food in a city almost entirely reliant on imports. (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Virus health HongKong food, FOCUS by Su XINQI (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

In this picture taken in Hong Kong on March 18, 2020, Mandy Tang (R), who used to be an interior designer and is now a housewife, bags up her vegetables at Ma Po Po Community Farm. - After the coronavirus triggered a wave of panic-buying that briefly left Hong Kong's supermarket shelves bare, residents are turning to local producers for fresh food in a city almost entirely reliant on imports. (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE / AFP) / TO GO WITH: Virus health HongKong food, FOCUS by Su XINQI (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)