China and the West step up aid response to tsunami-hit Tonga | The World

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Western countries and China are rushing aid to tsunami-hit Tonga, with pledges of more relief to come.

As Yvonne Yong reports, Tongan authorities have specified all deliveries must be contact-less, to ensure COVID-19 is not brought to the pacific island nation.

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