NBC News: “On Día de los Muertos, Latino families honor relatives who died from Covid-19”

Catalina Marcelino, 42, usually spends the days before November making signature Mexican dishes, like mole and tamales, to celebrate el Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, the tradition originating in Mexico that celebrates the life of loved ones who are deceased.

The Freehold, New Jersey, resident said the celebrations on Nov. 1 and 2 will be very different for her family this year. They’re still reeling from the death of her father-in-law, Wilfredo Noyola, 68, who died this summer from coronavirus complications. Her Mexican-born father-in-law, who worked at a car wash, was intubated for a month before he died at the hospital, without any relatives with him

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