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Beer running out for thirsty Mexicans due to virus

Mexico has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic in many ways but beer lovers are finding the containment measures particularly hard to stomach -- "It doesn't matter how badly you want a beer, it's not possible to get one", says one convenience store worker.

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