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A safe embrace: Mrs Claus greets disadvantaged children in Brazil amid pandemic

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Dressed as Mrs Claus, Fatima Sanson offers gifts and hugs to disadvantaged children in Belo Horizonte every Christmas, but this year it's with a difference. As Brazil continues to face the deadly coronavirus pandemic, a sanitised curtain has been installed to ensure children and Mrs Claus can enjoy a safe festive embrace.

Added on the 09/12/2020 07:56:20 - Copyright : AFP EN

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