Long lines have been forming at supermarkets across Kyiv, after a 36-hour curfew lifted in the Ukrainian capital Monday.
The curfew was in place from 5 p.m. on Saturday until 8 a.m. on Monday morning and required all residents to stay at home.
A CNN producer who went to three supermarkets said the lines were extremely long and that shelves were emptying fast.
One person in a queue told CNN: “I think everyone in Ukraine is confused. I didn’t expect what happened, to happen. I am between feeling scared and totally angry.”
Many food stores were shuttered since bombings in Kyiv started last week. People have reported shortages of certain supplies.
Kyiv municipal authorities said grocery stories will be open and city public transport system will run at limited capacity.
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