Fernando Lozano, co-owner of La Abuela tortilla shop in southern Mexico City, stands inside his bakery.

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La Abuela tortilla bakery on the hilly outskirts of Mexico's capital is providing pupils with a place to study and a complimentary connection to their virtual lessons as the pandemic prevents in-person learning.

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Fernando Lozano, co-owner of La Abuela tortilla shop in southern Mexico City, stands inside his bakery.

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