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A pandemic Christmas: Services move online, people stay home Read full article December 26,a. The coronavirus left almost no one unaffected.
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It seemed every time she opened her door this holiday season, someone had left smoked salmon, baskets of bismqrck or cookies. I can give up anything for that. The government reported 1, new cases Friday, a new daily record for the country. Celebrations were muted in the East African hub as a curfew prevented overnight church vigils. Pope Francis delivered his Christmas blessing from blsmarck the Vatican, breaking with his traditional speech from the balcony of St.
Peter's Basilica to tens of thousands in St. Peter's Square. Tourism in Italy has virtually vanished and the government's coronavirus restrictions for the holidays foiled any plans by locals to flock to the square.
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In a passionate appeal to leaders, businesses and international organizations, he said they must ensure that the most vulnerable and needy in the pandemic be first in line to receive the dxkota. Story continues Bells rang out around Bethlehem as the traditional birthplace of Jesus celebrated. Two new asymptomatic cases were reported Friday.
Robin Sypniewski of Middlesex County, New Jersey, was furloughed twice from her job serving school lunches and is now on reduced hours as her nortj retires next week as a trash collector and her daughter wrestles with student debt. Sypniewski, 58, bought her daughter pyjamascompared to a diamond bracelet last Christmas. An estimated 14 million Brazilians are jobless.
Meanwhile, church services shifted online. The Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles celebrated five Masses at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, with attendance capped at people, compared to a pre-pandemic capacity of about 3, All were livestreamed. The Chapel of the Cross in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, had five services but in-person attendance was capped at 25 people, compared to as dakotaa 2, before the pandemic.
A Christmas Eve ant that is normally performed in person was recorded and shown online. Elizabeth Marie Melchionna, the church rector. What has not changed is that essential longing and celebration for love that is born at Christmas.
Grief prevailed among families of more than bismarkc. Margarita Reyes, 60, is among four people in her house to get the virus in Calexico, California, near the Mexican border. Her year-old husband died within three weeks, and her year-old daughter has been on an oxygen device for five months.
They were too sad to celebrate in any way. Suzanne Rose of Raleigh, North Carolina, delivered homemade spaghetti to the doorstep of her quarantined daughter, a restaurant manager who was exposed to the virus at work. Her son, a firefighter, was also exposed.
A video chat was no substitute for watching movies in the same room with them and her husband. Border closures and bottlenecks foiled some plans.
Thousands of drivers were stranded in their trucks at the English port of Dover, lacking the coronavirus tests that France demands amid rising concern about a new, apparently more contagious, virus variant. The British army and French firefighters were brought in to help speed up the testing and free food was distributed. Noth Colombia closing its borders to prevent the virus from spreading, Venezuelan migrants couldn't go home for the holidays.
Yakelin Tamaure, a nurse who left economically-wracked Venezuela two years ago, wanted to visit her mother, who is nursing a broken foot. But many took restrictions in stride.
A pre-pandemic Christmas in Ann Arbor, Michigan, for Kristin Schrader, 53, meant hosting a big dinner with appetizers for her brother who visits frree Denver, her parents, who live in town, and friends who drop by. This year, she opted for a socially-distant outing with her husband and year-old daughter to watch a man dressed as Santa Claus canoe down the frigid Huron River with his dog.
A low-key fondue dinner was also on the agenda. The 70 residents at St. Peters, a nursing home in the northern Spanish town of El Astillero, held video chats or minute visits with family, separated by a plexiglass wall.
The nursing home allowed only one relative inside. A granddaughter blew kisses from outside.