Mexico City's Day of the Dead Parade Returns After COVID-19 Hiatus

Mexico City hosted the annual Day of the Dead parade on October 31, a year after the event was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Dozens of skeleton puppets and motorized floats carrying images of the dead featured in the event.

These videos from Mexico City’s tourism officials show the parade in the city’s center. One video shows a group of dancers in Aztec outfits, symbolizing the area’s indigenous peoples. Credit: SECTUR CDMX via Storyful

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