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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/SPAIN
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April 10, 2020
Rebeca Badillo, 38, (L), a veterinary assistant, Santiago Jurado, 39, owner of a tea, coffee and spice...
RONDA, Spain
The Jurado Badillo family pose in the porch of their home, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak,...
Rebeca Badillo, 38, (L), a veterinary assistant, Santiago Jurado, 39, owner of a tea, coffee and spice shop, and their sons Santi (R), 7, and Rodrigo, 6, pose for a photo with their pets Zuri (bottom R), Curra and the cat, Mara, on the porch of their home, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Ronda, southern Spain April 9, 2020. About the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on their professional and personal lives, Rebeca feels "At work, intensely and suffering when it comes to patients because the owner of the pet can not enter with it which leaves him/her feeling uncertain about the situation, and with the family, feeling a little bit of fear but the truth is that we are very calm at home, the daily rituals have broken so we have become calmer" while her husband, Santiago, reports that “both at work and personally, what I have realized has been how rich we were before just by being able to give hugs, that is, staying inside made me realize how important was the outside, and also how rich we were without money." REUTERS/Jon Nazca
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