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Mexicans celebrate Velentine's Day during pandemic


Mexico City, Feb 14 (EFE).- With face masks and reduced dining hours, Mexican couples celebrated a different Valentine's day on Sunday. “It has been quite a complicated and different February 14. We are used to a different reality. A year ago we were walking downtown, having a good time, everything was open,” Javier, a lawyer who celebrated Valentine's Day with his girlfriend, Marisol.Despite the pandemic, Javier considered that what is truly “important” is being able to be “with the person you love." (Camera: ULISES ANDRADE VELA). SHOT LIST: COUPLES DINE AT RESTAURANTS ON VALENTINE'S DAY IN MEXICO CITY, MEXICO.

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