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Quarantine threatens to deepen Venezuelan crisis as roadblocks snarl food supplies

Reuters Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Roadblocks across Venezuela snarled the transportation of goods on Tuesday and businesses in the capital Caracas reported that food deliveries failed to arrive, in signs that a national coronavirus quarantine could worsen a humanitarian crisis.
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