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Coronavirus restrictions have been hampering emergency and relief efforts in eastern India and Bangladesh where a super cyclone has made violent landfall, killing at least 15 people as it lashed coastal communities with ferocious wind and rain.
Cyclone Amphan uprooted trees and toppled homes in both countries, including in the Indian city of Kolkata in West Bengal.
Nearly 3m people were evacuated - most of them in Bangladesh - before the storm hit.
Covid-19 and social-distancing measures have made mass evacuations more difficult for authorities, with shelters unable to be used to full capacity.
The storm is expected to have caused deadly storm surges although its winds have now weakened.
Cyclone Amphan has smashed into the Indian city of Kolkata, with strong winds causing destruction.
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