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Saudi Arabia closes mosques, calls G20 leaders to meet over coronavirus

Reuters Tuesday, 17 March 2020 ()
Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday that mosques would no longer be open for the customary five daily prayers or Friday congregations, an exceptional move to limit the spread of the coronavirus which has infected 171 people in the kingdom.
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