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Last minute shopping in Manila ahead of Christmas

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Manila, Dec 23 (EFE/EPA).- The Philippines, Asia's most populous Catholic country, celebrates an atypical Christmas this year, amid fear that capacity restrictions during religious gatherings will not be enough to avoid coronavirus contagion. (Camera: FRANCIS MALASIG)SHOT LIST: PEOPLE BUYING THINGS AHEAD OF CHRISTMAS IN MANILA, PHILIPPINES.

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