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Nursing home residents hug loved ones through a plastic 'hug curtain' amid pandemic

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Elderly patients in a nursing home in Sao Paulo can hug their loved ones through a plastic 'hug curtain,' a way to bring families together amid the pandemic that is ravaging Brazil, with over 41,000 deaths and more than 800,000 cases.

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