Watch: Venezuela's dancing devils ask for an end to the Pandemic
The Coronavirus has a more significant effect on Latin American nations. People in Brazil and Venezuela were particularly were hit hard, with many residents becoming victims of Covid-19.
A Venezuelan tribe performed a traditional dance to protect the illness from spreading over the globe. Members of the Dancing Devils, a Venezuelan ceremonial fraternity, staged their annual Corpus Christi festival recently, demanding the end to the COVID-19 epidemic in the nation and throughout the globe. The groups of adult men and teenagers dressed as masked devils performed a ceremony in which they submit to God as part of a symbolic triumph of good over evil in cities along Venezuela's central coast. Residents beat drums for dancers costumed as demons in animal forms, such as horses, dogs, or cats, and wearing bells wrapped around their waists.
In 2012, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) designated the Dancing Devils as part of Humanity's Intangible Cultural Heritage.