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10 Jan 2021
Master embroiderer Felix Quisbert Gutierrez, an artisan who creates folkloric dance costumes, laments the economic and cultural effects of the shuttering of his 50-year-old business as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, and worries what the cancelling of celebrations and parties will mean long-term for those dependent on these activities for their livelihoods.

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