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Without restrictions due to the pandemic, this is how the Basilica of Guadalupe received millions of pilgrims

The pilgrims met again at the Basilica of Guadalupe to celebrate the Virgin, after two years of restrictions due to the pandemic.  (Darkroom)
The pilgrims met again at the Basilica of Guadalupe to celebrate the Virgin, after two years of restrictions due to the pandemic. (Darkroom)

After two years of restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, pilgrims from all over the country met again at the Basilica of Guadalupe, at the foot of Cerro del Tepeyac, for the celebration of December 12 at the Guadalupe’s Virgin.

Until the night of Sunday, December 11, a couple of hours before Las Mañanitas is played in honor of La Guadalupana, the authorities reported that they have been three million 100 thousand the people who have visited the sanctuary for these festivities.

This was confirmed by Martí Batres, government secretary of Mexico City, through his official Twitter account.

It should be remembered that in 2020 and 2021, due to the risk of contagion, the pilgrims could not spend the night in the atrium of the Basilica. Nevertheless, this year the sanitary filters have been removedwhich helped to increase the influx of visitors.

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