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Delhiites to celebrate Eid this year under shadow of coronavirus

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Delhiites to celebrate Eid this year under shadow of coronavirus

Delhiites to celebrate Eid this year under shadow of coronavirus

People in Jafrabad area of North-East Delhi will celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr in different way this year.

They will keep in mind all guidelines and norms amid coronavirus lockdown 4.0.

Locals will offer Eid prayers at their residences due to COVID-19 outbreak.

While speaking to ANI, a local said, "Protecting ourselves from coronavirus is our responsibility, we will follow all guidelines and offer prayers at home." There are 12,319 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Delhi.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases are 69,597 and 3720 deaths in India.

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