These toymakers are giving their products a COVID-19 twist for Christmas

Famosa CEO Marie-Eve Rougeot told Reuters the mask-wearing doll had been a hit since went on sale in September. Image: REUTERS/Sergio Perez

Emma Pinedo
Writer, Reuters
Catarina Demony
Correspondent, Reuters
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A Nancy doll, one of Spain's most beloved toys, is seen wearing a protective face mask at the headquarters of Spanish toy maker Famosa, in Madrid, Spain, November 30, 2020. Picture taken November 30, 2020. REUTERS/Sergio Perez - RC2XIK983OFT
A Nancy doll, one of Spain's most beloved toys, is seen wearing a protective face mask. Image: REUTERS/Sergio Perez
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