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Covid: Spaniards celebrate plummeting infection rates by risking their lives running with bulls

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Feeling bullish! Spaniards celebrate plummeting Covid infection rates by instead risking their lives running with bulls

  • The event took place today in the small village of Tafalla in Navarra, Spain, after Covid restrictions were eased
  • Runners show bravado by trying to avoid the bulls and enter the city center
  • Enrique Maya, Mayor of Pamplona, ​​announced that the larger San Fermín festival would not be held in 2021 due to fears of the coronavirus
  • The 14-day cumulative number of cases per 100,000 in Spain was 43.2 . on Thursday

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Spaniards have celebrated the plummeting Covid infection rates by instead risking their lives running with bulls.

Today’s event, in the small village of Tafalla in Navarra, Spain, comes after coronavirus restrictions were lifted.

On Thursday, the 14-day cumulative number of Covid cases per 100,000 was 43.2.

In the running of the bulls, the participants demonstrate bravado by trying to avoid the bulls and enter the city center.

Enrique Maya, Mayor of Pamplona and the Pamplona City Council had previously announced that the running of the bulls and the larger San Fermín festival would not be held in 2021 due to fears of the coronavirus.

Running of the Bulls is part of San Fermín’s annual festival, where six bulls are released into the cobbled streets of Pamplona, ​​Spain.

The festival of San Fermín honors the patron saint of Pamplona.

Spaniards have celebrated plummeting Covid infection rates by risking their lives by running bulls in Tafalla village instead

Today's event comes after coronavirus restrictions eased in Spain and the infection rate plummeted

Today’s event comes after coronavirus restrictions eased in Spain and the infection rate plummeted

In the bull run event, participants demonstrate bravado by trying to dodge the bulls and enter the city center

In the bull run event, participants demonstrate bravado by trying to dodge the bulls and enter the city center

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