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Fête de la Musique brings crowds out in Paris with little concern for coronavirus


Fête de la Musique brings crowds out in Paris with little concern for coronavirus



Revelers in Paris celebrated the city’s annual Fête de la Musique on Sunday and there were widespread reports of the attendees doing very little to assure social distancing during the deadly coronavirus outbreak.

via FOX NEWS Fête de la Musique brings crowds out in Paris with little concern for coronavirus

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