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greece may be running out of dough but one of the country's largest bakeries is doing as much as a cab to help handing out free bread to pensioners and those most affected by the capital controls imposed by the greek government , we haven't seen people standing in queues , they are coming very discreetly , greece now the first developed economy to default on a debts payment to the international monetary fund , thanks closed on june twenty eight to prevent massive cash withdrawals ahead of sunday's not referendum on the european union bailout , nnnnn how do i get through the week on nothing just on my load pension and i haven't even got that yet , now medical specialists are also warning of shortages , with money hard to come by and the threat of the unknown hanging overhead greeks have begun to hold vital supplies like medication we are like medicine for diabetes or dementia or heart disease , nnsa vaccines and that's the main reason is that there is a liquidity problem and we can't pay for it , preparation for sunday's referendum is well underway opinion polls on friday giving the yes camp which favors accepting the bailout terms slender lead , but all within the margin of error which means it's too close to side with the grease will soon be prematurely shut out of the euro