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Saudi Arabia suspends prayers at mosques over coronavirus

Reuters Tuesday, 17 March 2020
Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday that mosques would no longer receive worshippers for the customary five daily prayers or the weekly Friday congregation, aimed at limiting the spread of the coronavirus which has infected 171 people.
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