Crisis-level hunger worsens as world grapples with COVID-19

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    For more: https://www.cgtn.com/video A recent U.S. study shows one in three American families with children is experiencing food insecurity during the coronavirus pandemic – double the rate in 2018. If one of the world’s most developed countries is struggling amid a global health crisis, what about the poorest states?

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