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More than 13,000 bodies buried in Guayaquil during the peak of the pandemic

Published on November 04, 2020
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Two marble plates with 3,500 names carved in the stone are a memorial for many of the people who died in the most critical months of the COVID-19 pandemic in Guayaquil. The tribute rises above the lawn of Jardines de Esperanza, a 20-hectare cemetery located in the north of the city. […]

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