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Burgers, fries and coffee: New Zealanders rush for fast food as lockdown eases

Reuters Monday, 27 April 2020
New Zealanders queued for burgers, fries and coffee takeaway on Tuesday after they were freed from a month-long lockdown, which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern credited with eliminating domestic transmission of the coronavirus.
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News video: Throngs of people queue to get KFC and McDonald's as New Zealand lockdown measures eased

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Massives queues were seen around Auckland fast-food outlets after New Zealand's coronavirus lockdown measures were eased on April 28.

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