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Nicaragua will host a “virtual” celebration on July 19, the anniversary of the Sandinista revolution

July 9, 2020

Nicaraguan Vice President Rosario Murillo has announced that the Central American nation will be “virtual” due to the coronavirus pandemic on July 19, when it celebrates the anniversary of the Sandinista revolution.

In his daily speech on Wednesday, Murillo pointed out that the “slogan” for July 19 is “People don’t stop,” although he emphasized that “all activities this month are largely virtual”.

The goal, he said, was “that we can join many to celebrate together as we can celebrate now.” “It doesn’t reduce the enthusiasm in our hearts, on the contrary, we do what we have to do and how we can do it under these circumstances,” he said, according to the official El 19 Digital newspaper.

Nicaragua will host a “virtual” celebration on July 19, the anniversary of the Sandinista revolutionNicaragua will host a “virtual” celebration on July 19, the anniversary of the Sandinista revolution

He explained that the traditional 19-year-old mass events this year will be replaced by a concert entitled “Cantos a Nuestra Revolución”, which will be broadcast on television from July 18 and will replace the usual vigil that follows.