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Balcony DJ keeps Buenos Aires moving during COVID-19 lockdown

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Every Friday night, DJ Juan Diego Martínez throws a party on his balcony and encourages his neighbours to dance in their homes in Buenos Aires' Colegiales neighbourhood. Residents are currently under mandatory confinement to help counter the spread of COVID-19.

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