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Australians, New Zealanders observe Easter online and in backyards

Reuters Sunday, 12 April 2020
With the coronavirus capsizing Easter traditions, Australians and New Zealanders spent Sunday attending church services virtually, setting up camps in backyards and where the law and weather allowed – with physically distanced walks on beaches.
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