Lupe Contreras drove to his parents' home April 9 to check on his year-old mother, Oralia. She had been sick, but was doing better. At the time, Arizona was 10 days into a stay-at-home order and public health officials across the country were telling Americans to practice social distancing to help prevent the spread of COVID, the disease caused by the new coronavirus. In the following days, Contreras's year-old father, Manuel, became sick and tested positive. Because of higher rates of underlying health conditions, they are especially vulnerable to the illness.
Hugging and kissing is part of Latino culture, but can spread COVID
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Hugging and kissing is deeply ingrained in Latino culture. The customs also can spread coronavirus
When I go to Cancun I see large groups of tourists who show no respect for local culture. They value their family and their family structure, which usually has a strong father at its head. In the Arab countries the more times men kiss each other on the cheek the happier they are to see each other. I shake hands with everyone, even getting in a taxi or going into a restaurant.
Ruiz said after sitting up. In Havana or Rio de Janeiro, well, big deal. But historically this has been a city of formalities, of long-sleeved shirts, not skin-tight skirts.
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