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Coronaburger: Vietnamese food twist for foodies (Video)

05:42 | 27/03/2020

A takeaway in the capital of Hanoi is making coronavirus-shaped burger, hoping to spread positive spirit to people amidst the straining COVID-19 epidemic. 

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Hoang Tung, the restauranteur, came up with the idea of updating the fast-food stable into a creative, playful version with a hope to lift people’s moods during gloomy COVID-19 days.

“I want everyone to stay optimistic, enjoy life like before, along with stay alerted and careful as the novel virus is going rampant as day goes by”, Tung said. “The COVID-19 epidemic is terrible. Thus, caution is needed, but there’s no need to panic.

I also hope that scientists will come up with effective treatment against coronavirus as soon as possible”, he added.

The CoronaBurger caught Internet users’ attention immediately after being shared on social media. He sold out all 50 Coronaburgers on the first days, many customers had to leave in regret.

Each CoronaBurger is sold at VND 85,000 (US dollars 3.6).

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