By May Samra
Letter from Mexico City: ‘We barely recognize one another’
At first, things were very calm. Nobody seemed to be worried. The crisis was happening at the other side of the planet, very far away, in China, and starting to hit Italy, but in Mexico City we were safe. There were 7 people sick with coronavirus. Mexicans were special and would not to be harmed….
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