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Filipino artists create street artwork in tribute to frontliners in COVID-19 fight


Quezon City, May 18 (EFE/EPA).-A local group of artists collectively known as Art Atak on Monday painted on the side of a building in Quezon City an image of local superhero character 'Darna' wearing a healthworker's uniform to pay tribute to frontliners in the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.The country has so far confirmed more than 20,000 cases of coronavirus and 824 deaths. (Camera: ROLEX DELA PENA).FOOTAGE SHOWS LOCAL ARTISTS PAINTING A WALL IN QUEZON CITY AN ARTWORK TO PAY TRIBUTE TO HEALTHWORKERS.

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