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The Hispanic theater Thalía in New York was hit by the coronavirus

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New York, May 22 (EFE) .- Three empty chairs stand on the stage of the Hispanic Thalia theater in New York which closed on March 14 do to the coronavirus that also affected its artistic director, Ángel Gil Orrios, his family and many of the artists and staff.(CAMERA: Jorge Fuentelsaz)

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