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Mexico City lowers pandemic alert to lowest level


MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s capital has returned to the lowest level on its COVID-19 pandemic warning system for the first time since June. In practice, the changes to daily life were small Monday. Mask wearing is still common in streets of the city of 9 million, but the rhythm of life in the capital has long since regained a high degree of normalcy. Massive outdoor events are no longer limited to 75% capacity, though attendees still must wear masks. The move comes just weeks ahead of Mexico City hosting a Formula 1 race. Bars, clubs and event halls received an additional hour of operation. 

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