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Lima's Cantagallo shantytown faces isolation amid pandemic

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Lima, May 14 (EFE), (Camera: Fernando Gimeno- Miguel Ángel Valero).- 'No one enters, no one leaves' is heard in the shantytown of Cantagallo (Lima, Perú) where a dozen of indigenous families are more isolated than ever due to the coronavirus pandemic. FOOTAGE OF CANTAGALLO, LIMA.

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