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Palm Sunday celebrations in Quito amid coronavirus restrictions


Quito, Mar 28 (EFE).- The Catholic Church of Ecuador suspended processions Sunday and seeks to keep religious activities restricted during Holy Week.Holy Week in Ecuador will have to comply with the restrictions imposed by health authorities to avoid contagion.(Camera: JOSÉ JÁCOME)SHOT LIST: PALM SUNDAY CELEBRATIONS AMID CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS IN QUITO, ECUADOR.

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