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November 5, 2020
We might be in the middle of a pandemic but that shouldn’t keep us from celebrating time-honored traditions like Christmas. Consider this the perfect time to express your love and gratitude for your loved ones, because while social distancing may be mandatory, health protocols did not dictate that we practice emotional distancing.
Christmas is just around the corner and while there will be noticeable changes in how it will look outside (no big reunions and spectacular light shows), there’s no stopping Filipinos from keeping the festive spirit alive.
With the continuous rise of coronavirus cases in the country, this year’s holiday celebrations will be lightyears away from what we’re accustomed to. As safety protocols continue to regulate gatherings and enforce physical distancing, reunions, get-togethers, and Christmas bazaar shopping are sure to take a back seat.
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