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Mexico’s Vive Latino pushes through despite covid-19 fear

The long-running festival in Mexico City returned over the weekend, bringing together bands from around the world to six stages with attendance for each of the two days typically approaching 100,000.

Headlining the festival this year was Guns N’ Roses, but not every band showed up, as some canceled their turn at the iconic festival and making those announcements on social media.

Mexico has 43 reported cases of covid-19, 15 of which are new cases. 

Topics: Guns N’ Roses , Mexico City , COVID-19
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