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12 Mosques closed by authorities in many regions due to Coronavirus Cases

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Mosques opening rules amendment in Saudi Arabia from 21st June 2020

12 Mosques closed by authorities

On the fourth day of Ramadan the closure of 12 temporary mosques in 6 regions, after Coronavirus cases were recorded among the worshipers.

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