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Tourists show no Covid fears as they fill Mexican resort

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Tourists enjoy shows on the beach and play volleyball as the sun sets near Cancun in Mexico's Quintana Roo state despite the country registering over 185,000 Covid-19 related deaths.

Added on the 03/03/2021 23:22:37 - Copyright : AFP EN

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