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Tattooists in South Africa return to work amid pandemic

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Johannesburg (South Africa), 2 Jul, EFE/EPA, (Camera: Kim Ludbrock).- Tattoo and beauty salons have been able to open under strict control in South Africa. The country is trying to avoid an expansion of COVID-19, as it is expected to reach its peak in September 2020.FOOTAGE OF FINE INK CLUB TATTOOIST PEPI DIMEVSKI WORKS AT HIS TATTOO PARLOUR.

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