Traditional farmers have seen sales soar as consumers — forced by COVID-19 closures and increased prices — turn to them for food and other staples.
Millions of Mexicans anticipate the annual Día de Muertos celebration to honor deceased loved ones. But officials have closed some graveyards this year due to the pandemic, pausing a celebration of the dead in a year surrounded by death.
Visitors started thinning out last year after a change in the area's political status. Then the coronavirus struck.
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